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Via Celebrates 5 Years of Ride-sharing
October 3, 2018
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Ride-share Start-up Via is celebrating 5 years of service. The company's Co-Founder and CEO Daniel Ramot shares the milestones it's passed, and Via's goals for the future.
Cheddar Awards: Jeff Bezos Is 2018's Biggest Flirt
Dec 4, 2018
Independent Drivers Guild Celebrates New York Ride-Hailing Minimum Pay
New York City will soon have a minimum pay for ride-hailing drivers of $17.22 per hour, the first in the country. While companies like Uber and Lyft disagree with the decision, many drivers are celebrating. Aziz Bah, steward of the Independent Drivers Guild, explains what it means for many drivers in this week's episode of Cheddar Rides.
Nov 28, 2018
Mazda3 Makes Debut at L.A. Auto Show
Mazda is debuting its Mazda3 at the L.A. Auto Show. Masahiro Momo, president and CEO of Mazda North American Operations, explains why the brand keeps an eye on small cars during the L.A. Auto Show in this week's episode of Cheddar Rides.
Sep 13, 2017
Via Ride-Sharing Service Going Across the Pond
Via is expanding into Europe. The ride-sharing company is partnering with Daimler to form a joint venture that will launch in London this year, then other European cities in the near future. Daniel Ramot, the company's CEO, says the European expansion doesn't mean that Via won't also expand across the U.S. soon. Ramot said Via is also working with Mercedes to develop a shuttle vehicle of the future.