Uber Says No to Google Maps & Maruti Suzuki Makes Way for Cheaper E-vehicles: 4 Things to Know Today

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1. No more Google Maps for Uber? The taxi-hailing giant is planning to move to community-sourced open source maps which allows anyone to edit and update online maps of cities around the world.

2. E-commerce unicorn Snapdeal is now cash-flow positive! Months after losing hopes for a possible merger with Flipkart, Snapdeal has become one of the only Indian e-commerce firms to be actually earning money from the business in June. 

3. Mark Zuckerberg’s dark days are just not getting over. Facebook’s stocks have plummeted and lost about $130 billion In just a few hours. 

4. Electric cars are the rage and Maruti Suzuki is not one to stay behind. The automobile company is reportedly going to start developing e-vehicles for its small cars over the next few years.

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