https://www.detroitnews.com - The new Maven program works like Airbnb for cars, allowing owners to put their vehicles up for rent.
https://www.freep.com - GM's mobility unit, Maven, is testing a new peer-to-peer car sharing offering through the Maven app in Chicago, Detroit and Ann Arbor.
http://www.thedrive.com - General Motors' Maven division is launching a "peer-to-peer" car-sharing service, meaning GM owners and lessees will be able to rent out their cars when they aren't driving them. The service is launching in "beta" form in Chicago, Detroit, and Ann Arbor, Michigan.
https://www.cnbc.com - CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports General Motors is branching out into car sharing services for GM leases and and Maven members of 2015 and newer models, and takes a look at Tesla's latest news.
https://www.cnbc.com - GM’s peer-to-peer car share business will operate under the company’s Maven brand, which already has a more traditional car share business in several cities around the country and more than 150,000 users.
http://www.thedetroitbureau.com - We’ve entered the “sharing economy,” with services like AIRBNB, Uber and Car2Go.
http://www.thedrive.com - Toyota is the latest automaker to launch its own car-sharing service, but it's doing things a bit differently than its fellow car companies. While services like BMW's ReachNow, Daimler's Car2Go, and General Motors' Maven tend to stick to the largest, trendiest mainland cities, Toyota chose Honolulu.
https://www.thecarconnection.com - Car2Go said Friday that it's coming to Chicago, meaning that one of America's densest cities will finally have a car-share that lets members stash vehicles on city streets. While Zipcar, Getaround, and GM's Maven all operate in Chicago, those services require members to park cars in designated parking spots.
https://www.digitaltrends.com - We tried out General Motors’ Maven car-sharing service for a long weekend to see if it’s really a better alternative to owning a car, or just renting one when needed from Enterprise or Avis.
https://www.androidauthority.com - Google CEO Sundar Pichai at Google I/O 2018. Google has published a blog post outlining a new set of AI principles. Google released the guidelines soon after it said it would stop working with the military on the controversial Project Maven.