BMW and Daimler Are Putting Their Differences Aside to Beat Uber

BMW and Daimler, once bitter rivals, announced that they would merge their mobility businesses in an effort to stave off competition from tech upstarts like Waymo and Uber. The new company will include businesses in car-sharing, ride-hailing, parking, and electric-vehicle charging. The deal means that Daimler’s Car2Go and BMW’s DriveNow/ReachNow services would operate in tandem. 

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Strange way to say corporate merger that effectively ends car share competition in most cities.

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I'm excited about this merge. It means things would only get better for me as a customer. 

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I'm a regular CarGo user. Very convenient service. I' m looking forward to this merge. 

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Uber has no chance against BMW and Daimler. Especially after the fatal accident involving a self-driving car test.

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