Will Tech Leave Detroit in the Dust?

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  • General Motors plans to roll out a robo-taxi service next year that will let urbanites hail a driverless Chevrolet Bolt. Ford is overhauling a dilapidated Detroit train station to become a tech hub aimed at attracting software superstars. Daimler wants to merge one of its divisions with archrival BMW to create a juggernaut for services like ride hailing and car sharing. And Toyota says it’s evolving into an entirely different company, one that focuses more on services that move people around. “It’s a matter of surviving…

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