11 sites that want to rule the share economy

These start-ups are at the forefront of the so-called collaborative consumption trend. They let people network with others to share or rent what they own.

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This mobile app will be launched in November in San Francisco. It will let neighbors and locals find and borrow what they need, whether it's soccer equipment for your kids or that seldom-used pasta maker. If you can't find what you're seeking, the mobile app will tell you what stores have it.


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