Morgan Stanley Execs Wooed by Uber on Trip to Big Three

Posted on November 14, 2014

A team of Morgan Stanley analysts flew to Detroit recently to take meetings with the investor relations staff of the Big Three car companies, and the group came away believing that Uber was about to transform everything. "The highlight of our trip, however, was the three Uber trips we took between meetings," the note says.

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Comments ( 2 )
  • James Givens sr

     | about 4 years ago

    This shows me (2) things, it tells me that the future is here, we would never go back to black and white TV so why are we spending so much energy trying to put them back in the box. Every one of us should have access to an affordable app with that technology. Take a lesson from them, they are changing the rules by disregarding them. I think the gloves should come off. James G

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