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Uber joins the food delivery fray with plans for drone testing

bizjournals Monday, 17 June 2019
Having disrupted the transportation industry, Uber now is turning its sights to food delivery, announcing plans to conduct drone tests in high-density areas. The ride-hailing company began testing in San Diego and plans to roll out commercial food delivery there this summer, The Washington Post reports. It’s a joint effort of two divisions: Uber Eats and Uber Elevate. Uber has been working with the FAA and McDonald’s Corp., according to the report. The company joins giants Google and Amazon…
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