Uber Snatches Google’s Same-Day Delivery Head

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Google confirmed that Tom Fallows, the head of Google Express, its same-day delivery service is leaving for Uber, a car-hailing service.

Fallows’ move shows that Uber is interested in expanding into the delivery service.  It has already offered a messenger service in New York City.

Google Express is aimed at targeting Amazon’s increasing success in becoming the starting place for online product searches.   Google Express is in effect a competitor of Amazon’s Prime two-day shipping program; customers pay Google $95 a year to get unlimited same-day deliveries of products they order from retailers including Target, Walgreens and Costco.

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