Accidental New Yorkers: Grandparents Relocate

Today I’ve stumbled across a great article in the New York Times. It’s called “Accidental New Yorkers: Grandparents Relocate.” Turns out, instead of spending their golden years baking in the sun, a growing number of seniors are choosing a grittier spot to play out their third act — New York City. Read more »

[Interesting Article]: Why the hotel industry doesn’t really mind Airbnb

The taxicab industry is locked in a contentious legal and public relations battle with ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft. Sites like Priceline and Expedia have all but eliminated the travel agent business . And the newspaper industry has no love lost for Craig’s List, which has almost single-handedly destroyed the value of their once-lucrative […] Read more »

[Taxi News]: Forget Uber, this newer on-demand car service will save you a fortune

Technology blogs toss around the word “disruption” so frequently that in most cases, it has lost all meaning. Where Uber is concerned, however, the company’s on-demand car service is nothing short of disruptive. It’s a complete game-changer that has taxi companies up in arms, and for good reason: Uber is better and smarter. Read more »

[Taxi News]: Ford is experimenting with its own Uber-like app — and a vehicle to go with it

The rise of Uber does not bode well for car-makers. The ride-hailing service, and other apps like it, have made it increasingly easy in major cities to get around town without owning a car. They promise the convenience of personal cars without the monthly car payment, the speed of car travel without the hassle of […] Read more »