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  1. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Back in 2016, General Motors invested half a billion bucks in Lyft, the rideshare company bent on taking Uber to school. When the deal was made, the companies portrayed it as a long-term strategic alliance. Since then, investments have been made in Lyft by GM's competitors (namely Ford), and GM...
  2. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Dan Ammann, GM's president, is leaving ride hailing service Lyft's board of directors, to be replaced by Maggie Wilderotter, of Hewlett Packard. Ammann joined Lyft's board in January of 2016 following a $500 million investment that was supposed to see the two companies work closely together on...
  3. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Maven's march continues, announcing on Tuesday it would partner with Uber, allowing drivers to rent General Motors vehicles on a weekly basis. The three-month pilot project is somewhat surprising considering Maven has already made considerable inroads with Lyft--Uber's chief North American...
  4. Global Chevrolet News
    Meet the first driverless Chevrolet Bolt... According to Pam Fletcher, executive chief engineer of autonomous tech at GM, Chevy will debut its first self driving car through the Lyft ride-sharing service sooner than we expect. "We have not made that announcement yet, but what I would say is...
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