Lime The buzziest startup idea in the US right now involves dumping hundreds of dockless scooters in a city and then hiring them out to people who want to make short trips. Scooter rental startups Lime and Bird were only founded last year but have raised million of dollars in funding and racked up a collective valuation of $3 billion. Two big-name European investors, Index and Atomico, jumped on funding rounds just as the trend is set to hit...

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