Rental car icon Hertz filed going into the weekend. The airport staple is sitting on $19B in debt — most of its 700K cars haven't felt a human touch on their steering wheels in months. Hertz was hurting pre-corona, thanks to competition from peers like Avis and ride-hailing services. But near-nonexistent travel demand was the final nail in its deflated tire.
Imagine what this will do to “Trucking” as we know it today
Maybe Amazon will buy this company and set up nationwide (for now) physical warehouses called “Routers” where “Packets” (Packages w/ payloads) (under 30lbs each for now) are routed physically similar to how we route them via TCP/IP using drones/robots to make “last mile” deliveries