Uber as Disruptive Innovation
Conclusion: destroying Uber, the destroyer?
ExtractIs someone destroying Uber, the destroyer? Many would like to. Sectorial and competition regulation could end in destroying the innovation of Uber, of the company. But there is also the danger of self-destruction: The more Uber adapts to regulation or submits to it, the less it innovates. This means that if Uber does not continue to disrupt the taxicab industry by innovating, it will itself become the target of even newer market entrants, even more disruptive innovators. By destroying creative destruction, Uber risks being destroyed itself.
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