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Ride-hailing startup Juno once billed itself as the “anti-Uber” — a kinder, gentler way to get a ride. It’s now closing down its New York-based operations, and inviting customers to join Lyft Inc.

Juno is owned by Gett Inc., a Tel Aviv-based ride-hailing company that spent $200 million to acquire the business in 2017. In a statement Monday, Gett announced it was shutting down Juno and that it would start a partnership with Lyft, allowing Gett’s corporate clients to access Lyft rides through the Gett app beginning next year.

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