Government Data And The Uber Question

Government Data And The Uber Question

By Vivek Kundra When the cost of a shared ride approaches that of a one-way bus fare in San Francisco and a tourist can book an apartment in Chicago at half the price of a tax-generating hotel room, local governments should take notice. Consumer companies are resetting expectations and redefining the social contract between city and citizen. Read More

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