Daimler moves ever deeper into software and tech for urban mobility with its acquisition of these two startups.
One-way driving is coming soon for the largest car sharing company, Zipcar.
The sharing economy can take advantage of mobile, always-on connections and data analysis to help optimize our consumption. But there are still obstacles to overcome.
After pivoting from building electric cars to building car sharing tech for companies, startup Local Motion raises a round from Andreessen Horowitz and brings Steven Sinofsky onto its board.
A year-old startup aiming to be the Zipcar of India — Zoom — now has 50 cars in Bangalore being rented by the hour and day.
People my age are driving less than they ever have before. Sometimes I want a car, but that’s partly because car-sharing startups haven’t yet taken off in my neighborhood.
The web sharing economy is thriving in the heart of Paris due to the crowded streets, and perhaps something a little more intangible in the Parisian culture.
The sharing economy is here, and as more physical goods companies join the as a service economy better data will help enabled new products and keep margins from collapsing.
As our growing population competes for resources and space, car sharing may become more prevalent. We looked at how some of the biggest car- and ride-sharing companies that operate in the U.S. compare with each other.
With 9 billion people set to live on the planet by 2050, sharing — enabled by IT — will be one of the most important tools to emerge and companies that build brands now will be well positioned to capitalize on this future.