It does some other stuff, too, but they're not relevant to the bottom line.
The president is playing what he thinks is 3D chess again.
Lyft is the latest victim of a market that's afraid to be alone but even more afraid of an intimate long-term connection.
The modern IPO landscape is not dumb at all.
Did you really think that Uncle Carl would fall for this bullsh!t?
Unless the second-biggest ridesharing app just doubled revenue or halved its spending in the last three days, this feels like a bit of a premium.
So, yeah, we should totally stop raising interest rates.
Lyft is about to take everyone for quite a shared ride.
Someone is smirking under their pink mustache.
On today's edition of "Everybody Hates Uber."
Be afraid Uber, be very afraid.
Everyone's number two car company and everyone's number two ride-sharing app are officially an item!
There's really no other explanation at this point.
The Ayn Rand themed car service is now making a habit out of "Billion dollar rounds."
For the "1099 economy," people remain the unsolvable element.
Because simply complying with the existing manner through which we legally categorize and tax working people is just so... "basic."
Well, this should go swimmingly.