Skip Navigation Links

Bookmark and Share
Lyft executive suggests drivers become mechanics after they're replaced by self-driving robo-taxis (LYFT)
  • Lyft's chief operating officer, Jon McNeill, has blunt advice for drivers worried about being replaced by autonomous robo-taxis: become a mechanic.
  • The ride-hailing company expects it will need more drivers in the next decade than it does currently, but it's still looking to the self-driving future.
  • McNeill compared the impending revolution to the digitization of telephone switchboards in the 1970s.
  • Last week, drivers around the world protested Uber and Lyft's stock market debuts amid what they see as falling pay and an "orgy of greed."

Full "The Business Insider: The Money Game" article

Disclaimer | Terms Of Use And Privacy Statement

© Metals News. All rights reserved.