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3000 in Dallas and 2000 more in Chicago.
They are laying off marketing people and adding operations people. The company will be drastically different moving forward that they are no longer looking for hyper growth.
Qu'ils mangent de la brioche. (Let them eat cake.)
Spoken like a true ignorant princess.
It's something to do with how a price competition is like a game of chicken, and the game strategy says neither side can change the strategy because neither will budge.
Did you know that a "AIr Mattress in a Car" is a thing? Check it out: There are lots of examples. Some are custom fit and some are just Walmart bought mattresses.
Usually for SUVs or Hatchbacks.
Yes, but most people think, "I have a four-door so I am good to drive for Lyft/Uber." so this is sort of a big deal.
They should make LyftMini service. I am sure there is a market for it out there.
This is a disturbing trend indeed. The length of the trip is outside of the passengers' control. We are essentially being rated on how cranky the drivers are. Tipping is a reflection of the service it self. That's our form of rating them and if they rate us against that, that's a beginning of a vicious downward spiral.
This whole thing is doomed. When will people see?
No services from Indiannapolis?