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The Sharing Economy

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Whether it's sharing rides to work, or even household items, the so-called "sharing economy" is on the rise.

People are increasingly sharing items they're not using on a daily basis.

Be it a spare room, their car, or even a ride on their private jet.

Retail analyst Doug Stephens sheds some light on this new type of commerce after the 7:30 news.

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