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Uber Technologies is initiating a partnership with the car rental company Hertz to offer 50,000 Tesla vehicles as a lease option to its drivers beginning in 2023.

Uber drivers can rent a Tesla through Hertz starting Nov. 1 in Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego and Washington DC, and the program later this year will expand to cities across the country, the Uber said. transportation company in a blog post.

The announcement comes after Hertz announced Monday that it will order 100,000 Tesla vehicles by the end of 2022, meaning that half of the rental company’s Tesla fleet would be reserved exclusively for Uber drivers.

For Uber drivers, a Tesla lease will start at $ 334 per week, including insurance and maintenance, and will consist primarily of the company’s Model 3 sedan.

Volaris raised the hand to be the first company to operate commercial flights from the Felipe Angeles International Airport, which is the bet of the Mexican government to attend to the air saturation of the Valley of Mexico and will begin operations in March 2022.

The low-cost airline will debut at the airport that is currently under construction at the Santa Lucía military air base, in the State of Mexico, with two new routes that will connect with the border city of Tijuana and the tourist spot of Cancun.

For the company, which has led the domestic market for some years, progress in construction, certification processes and access roads to the air terminal make its operations viable from that point.

However, the company will maintain its operating strategy at the Mexico City International Airport (AICM), as well as at the other 43 airports in the country where it is present.

Expected that wins out in the digital advertising arena, surviving Apple’s privacy shifts better than rivals Facebook and Snap.

The e-commerce giant’s large amount of customer purchase data reduces its reliance on tracking information previously provided by Apple’s iOS mobile operating system.

Alphabet, which also collects a rich set of data on users’ search habits, saw a 41% increase in Google’s ad revenue in the third quarter, a sign that companies that rely less on targeted ads they are capable of exceeding Apple’s limits in tracking mobile users.

Amazon, which reports its results Thursday, does not break down its ad sales, but instead includes them in its “other” business segment.

Apple’s ad business has exploded since it prevented advertisers from tracking iPhone users without their consent in April, eating up the market share previously held by Facebook, Instagram and Snap.

Spotify Technology It beat Wall Street estimates for third-quarter revenue, as it reported a 19% increase in paying subscribers for its premium service driven by demand in Europe and North America.

Spotify’s premium subscribers, which account for the bulk of its revenue, reached 172 million, beating analyst expectations of 171.7 million. The music streaming company’s total monthly active users increased 19% to 381 million.

Spotify makes its profit from subscriptions and by showing ads to non-paying members. Ad revenue, which fell at the height of the pandemic, rose 75% to 323 million euros ($ 376 million), and the firm plans more hires to boost ad sales.

Total revenue increased 27% to 2.5 billion euros, surpassing the 2.45 billion euros expected by analysts.

Approximately 40% of the platform’s premium subscribers are in Europe, with 29% in the United States.

As part of the actions to promote the early detection of breast cancer during October, considered as the Pink Month, the ultra Premium mezcal brand, Las Garrafas, directed by Ricardo Pérez, through the sales of a special edition of his snake Rosada, supports the civil association FUCAM.

The pieces of this mezcal carry a distinctive allusive to the campaign to promote awareness about the early diagnosis of breast cancer, while the consumer is aware that with their purchase a donation will be made to support the work carried out by this foundation non profit.

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