July 31, 2014

Video: UberX vs. NYC Taxi: Testing Which is Really Cheaper

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Taxi cabs are part of the iconic New York landscape, but is Uber about to change that? The company says they've lowered UberX fares by 20%, making them cheaper than a cab. But is it true? Bloomberg sent two interns on a race around town to find out which is less expensive. Video by: Sadie Bass, Justin Beach. (Source: Bloomberg)

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