2018 Year in Review: Self-driving cars, trucks dominate Valley tech news

Nikola Motor Co. plans to start full production of its alternative-fuel semi-trucks in Coolidge in 2022. / NIKOLA MOTOR CO.

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By Hayley Ringle | Phoenix Business Journal

There was plenty going on in the Valley’s tech scene in 2018, but two key developments involving self-driving cars and trucks dominated the news.

Nikola Motors Co.’s entrance into the market, and Uber Technologies Inc.’s departure were among the biggest stories of the year.

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