GM Starts On-Demand Car Service To Grab Market Share

Posted on January 22, 2016

It’s becoming clear that General Motors views Uber — and the “sharing” economy more generally — as a very specific threat to its business.

The latest evidence of this comes today (Jan. 21), with the launch of Maven, GM’s own car-sharing service. article here

Related Topics: General Motors, on-demand service, rental cars, startup, Uber

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