UPS partners with Waymo in Phoenix, Nintendo Switch outsells SNES
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ups said on Wednesday it teamed up with WAYMO, a self driving car company owned by Google parent Alphabet to test out WAYMO's fleet of autonomous vehicles to move packages in Phoenix.
In the coming weeks WAYMO Chrysler Pacifica minivan Hence, start driving residential and business shipments dropped off at UPS stores around Phoenix, drive them to a nearby UPS sorting building for processing.
In an attempt to rein in costs, Lyft announced on Wednesday that it's laying off 90 employees from it's marketing and enterprise sales departments.
The news was first reported by the New York Time.
Company listed on Wall Street on March 29th of last year to a warm reception, with shares rising nearly 9%.
However, lift shares are currently down more than 30% from this listing price.
And finally, Nintendo has managed to sell over 52 million Nintendo Switch units Since its launch in 2017.
With this figure, the Nintendo switch has surpassed the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in sales.
The SMGs topped out at 49.1 million lifetime sales.
Switches, now Nintendo's third most popular console, the WE and the NES are ahead at numbers one and two respectively.
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