The ride-hailing company's stock could initially trade for as much as $68 per share.
It's a small first step, but the telecom company's April 11 rollout in Chicago and Minneapolis could prove fruitful.
In its latest step to emphasize autonomous vehicles, GM plans to double the staff at its Cruise Automation subsidiary.
Investors were snatching up shares ahead of the company's fourth-quarter results.
Investors were happy with the network security company's latest quarterly results.
Investors don't like it when you mess with their dividends.
Positive notes from two analysts likely pushed the share price higher.
It depends on whether you compare the company to Uber, or to potential newcomers to the market.
These companies are leading the e-commerce charge.
Don't make a mistake -- this isn't a marketing gimmick.
These companies are all using AI to get ahead.
It's selling some of its tech -- while keeping its competitive advantage intact.
Verizon, Western Digital, and Microsoft are three tech stocks dividend investors should lock down.
Revenue and riders are growing, while losses are increasing. Bullish on Lyft or not, it may be best to sit this IPO out.
Amazon, Microsoft, and Alphabet's Google are leading the cloud-computing revolution.
Sure, it's tempting to bet on the rising star -- but don't overlook the veteran's strengths.
T-Mobile's talked a lot about building a 5G network over the past year, but Verizon's advantages will be hard to overcome.
Billings and international growth were also booming.
What's the future look like?
Verizon, China Mobile, and Qualcomm are early leaders in the race toward faster, more powerful, mobile communications networks.