Local Stephen Levine, a driver for both Uber and Lyft, poses for a portrait with his ride share vehicle in Lynn on Thursday afternoon. Erin Clark / The Boston Globe
When Peter Wang landed around midnight at Logan airport last week for his first business trip since early 2020, his seatmate offered up some advice: order your Uber now. Wang looked around. The seatbelt light was still on. He thanked the local for her tip, but decided to wait until he deplaned to open the ride-hailing app.
An hour and a half later, Wang, a data science
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