http://gmauthority.com - GM expected it would have to make adjustments to Maven's business.
http://www.thedetroitbureau.com - General Motors plans to pull its Maven car-sharing service out of eight cities in North America, including Boston and Chicago, while continuing to focus on markets with stronger demand, including Toronto, Los Angeles and GM’s home in Detroit.
https://www.thetruthaboutcars.com - Anyone following the saga of Uber and Lyft know that mobility services are not – not yet, anyway – a money tree that bears unlimited financial fruit.
https://www.businessinsider.com - GM is taking its Maven ride-sharing service out of eight cities, including Boston and Chicago. The head of the service departed GM earlier this year.
http://gmauthority.com - Maven chief Julia Steyn left the company in January.
https://www.digitaltrends.com - GM-owned Maven will close its car-sharing service in 8 of the 17 North American cities where it currently operates. Competing with the likes of Zipcar and Car2Go, the app-based service offers car rental by the hour or day.
https://www.thedrive.com - General Motors launched its Maven car sharing platform in 2016 to considerable fanfare, presenting the effort as a sign that the century-old automaker could keep pace with the technological and social changes roiling the traditional auto industry. Three years later the brand that GM once touted as "one of the fastest-growing mobility brands in North…
https://www.detroitnews.com - Maven is curtailing offerings and exiting more than half of the cities it serves in North America. Detroit and Ann Arbor will keep the service.
https://www.freep.com - General Motors app-based car sharing service known as Maven is exiting some markets after nearly three years of expansion.
https://www.autonews.com - Maven, the mobility brand operated by GM, said its car-sharing service will remain in operation in Detroit and Los Angeles while it discontinues operations in other major U.S. cities.