Inside the Abrupt End of Silicon Valley’s Biggest Trial

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As onetime Uber chief Travis Kalanick prepared to take the stand this week in a courtroom duel that’s gripped Silicon Valley, Waymo lawyer Kevin Vosen privately made a late settlement offer: Would the ride-hailing startup remunerate $500 million in stock and give an outside observer revaluation its autonomous-vehicle software? Only days later, Waymo admitted half […]

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A Driverless Future Threatens the Laws of Real Estate

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The is connected with asset and transportation has been perhaps “the worlds largest” durable in human history. Since the archaics, few things have extradited higher land values with more certainty than advances in tote, from superhighways to canals, railways to highways. It’s still” a no-brainer” in the 21 st century, says Bridget Buxton. She bought […]

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Air-Taxi Startup Has a Working Prototype and a Fresh $100 Million

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If you want to see JoeBen Bevirt’s flying auto, you were supposed to go in apache helicopters. The engineer’s private airfield is huddled in a valley on the Northern California coast between Monterey and Santa Barbara, and it’s remote by design, out past a swirl of suntan and dark-green subjects. Bevirt, a 44 -year-old whose […]

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