Kristina Bouweiri's Reston Limousine began offering shuttle services for office parks and residential buildings in Northern Virginia that were looking for ways to transport people to and from Metro stations. By year’s end, the company’s sales had risen nearly 20%, to $22 million.
Global Express Limousine thought its troubles were over when the U.S. economy emerged from recession in 2009. Then a wholly different maelstrom hit the 26-year-old business: the rise of ride-sharing companies such as Uber and Lyft.
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