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Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Monday: AIG, Avis, Tenet Healthcare & more.
Ridesharing app Uber announces a service aimed at making the company more valuable for business travelers.
"At at this point, I think the company has gotten past many of the problems that have kept it down,” Jim Cramer said.
Investors may not be able to directly cash in on Uber's success, but can instead look at car rental companies it will be disrupting—Hertz and Avis.
If there's a poster child for the sharing economy—both in popularity and controversy—taxi app Uber, valued at $17 billion, is hard to beat.
Hertz Global Holdings said it would restate financial results for the past three years to correct accounting errors from 2011.
General Motors has recalled more than 13 million cars so far this year, which means fewer cars available on the rental lots for travelers.
Year to date shares of Avis have rallied about 35%, yet Jim Cramer thinks the stock remains relatively cheap.
In the event that GM runs out of vehicles to loan owners of its recalled vehicles, the automaker has lined up rental firms, according to a report.
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Some of Friday's midday movers.
Despite its higher prices, National Car Rental tops this year's Rental Car Satisfaction survey by J.D. Power, in part due to its easy pick-up process.
A study predicts that the number of subscribers to such services will grow from 2.3 million this year to more than 12 million in 2020.
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