IRVINE, CA – Not so long ago it seemed widescale deployment of autonomous vehicles was just around the corner. More recently, however, more realistic assessments see the advent of fully self-driving cars a decade or more away. We won’t be hailing an autonomous Uber or Lyft any time soon, or at least not in routine fashion. However, that isn’t dimming the attractiveness for investors of mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) firms. Full autonomy is not the only path to profitability ...

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