When Sandy Miller's Basin Street Partners got the opportunity to invest in Carey International about two years ago, it had little competition. The moneyed thought ride hailing companies would swallow the ground transportation sector. Two months ago, Miller took the CEO role at the chauffeured car company, which looks a bit different than it did when the ride-hailing era hit.
The commitments to service, safety and reliability are the same, Miller said, but the company modernized how it interacts with booking and management systems. A top provider in its sector, Carey is taking what it calls a unique . . .