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US-based ridesharing startups Gett and Juno announced Wednesday they were joining forces, helping them step up a challenge to larger rivals Uber and Lyft.
"Excited to share that #Gett & @juno join forces in the US bringing together two companies that treat drivers better," said a tweet from New York-based Gett, which operates in 100 cities in the US, Russia, Britain and Israel.
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The companies did not immediately disclose terms, but the news site TechCrunch reported that Gett had paid $200 million for Juno, which launched in New York last year.
Gett has raised some...
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One of the countries we liberated was Russia, too bad it seems to have cost us our liberty.