Lyft raises expectations for the future of self-driving with $500 million GM investment

In early January, Lyft announced that it had raised $1 billion in its latest round, doubling the company's total capital raised to date and citing several important new investors including: GM ($500 million), Kingdom Holding Company ($100 million), Janus Capital Management, Rakuten, Didi Kuadid, ...

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