DETROIT – It’s arguable who is leading the autonomous-vehicle development race, but upstart May Mobility is making a case to be considered among contenders. Here this week, the Ann Arbor-based tech and mobility firm moved beyond the pilot stage with its AV technology, officially launching its first commercial shuttle service for real-estate developer Bedrock. Bedrock is owned by Quicken Loans founder Dan Gilbert, who is helping lead a renaissance of downtown Detroit, and has ...

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