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Kia Kokalitcheva is a reporter at Fortune.
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The Facebook CEO's lesson and advice to entrepreneurs: 'The most important thing that entrepreneurs should do is pick something they care about, work on it, but don't actually commit to turning it into a company until it actually works.'
Two years ago, ride-hailing made up eight percent of business transportation.
The social network is soliciting feedback from some users about the types of revenue earning features they would be in interested in, such as a tip jar to collect money for their content or a marketplace to find content sponsors.
The platform wants to help students figure out their post-grad plans.
Closing a Business
The company, founded in 2014, said on Thursday that would cease operations this week after failing to raise more funding to support itself.
Cruise founder and CEO Kyle Vogt has filed a complaint in San Fracisco Superior Court against a man he says is falsely claiming a stake in the company.
Jahan Kanna is switching from a Lyft partner to its corporate rival, Uber.
The photo-sharing app owned by Facebook said it's extending the length of videos that can be uploaded to 60 seconds.
Boom promises the aircraft will be 'affordable' and 2.6 times faster than current commercial planes.
It would take a few years before Twitter's true power became clear, but its role in everything from political movements to how companies market themselves is undeniable.
The Washington, D.C. metro closure on Wednesday may have irritated most residents, but it sure made Uber happy.
The tool lets businesses create a photo slide show with a short text description of 'what they are in the business of' doing.
This is the latest change after nearly a year of turmoil.
And great news -- entrepreneurs are considered sexy by members of both genders.
The company argues that most of its hosts are merely renting out extra space in their homes for some extra cash.