General Motors and Lyft — titans of the automobile and rideshare industries, respectively — announced a partnership on Monday that aims to bring on-demand, self-driving cars to American roadways within the next decade.
GM said Monday that it is investing $500 million in Lyft, the San Francisco-based rideshare startup, while the two companies work together toward creating a network of “on-demand, autonomous” automobiles.
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