San Francisco on-demand transportation company Sidecar called it quits on Tuesday, with co-founder and chief executive Sunil Paul announcing on Medium that the company will cease ride-hailing and delivery operations at 2 p.m. Thursday.
Paul did not specify the reason Sidecar was exiting the ride-hailing business, and said while “this is the end of the road for the Sidecar ride and delivery service… it’s by no means the end of the journey for the company.”
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