Kristina Lara could easily be the poster child for Lyft. A single mother, Lara began driving for the ride-hailing startup in Dallas-Fort Worth to make ends meet. Then she lost her retail job and began driving full-time
In conversation, she’ll tell you again and again how much she loves the Lyft community and the way the company treats its drivers. « I honestly would like for it to become a career, » Lara told Mashable
At least that was the case until this week.
Lyft announced Monday that it has partnered with automotive giant General Motors to create a network of self-driving cars that will one day in the distant (or not-too-distant future) be able to pick up and drop off passengers at the touch of a button on our phones — and likely put many of its drivers out of work. Read more…
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