The country's second-largest ridesharing service declines for the third week in a row, but hope springs eternal for the thinning camp of bulls as the offering underwriters should chime in with upbeat takes.
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These three stocks fell harder than the broader market. Here's what happened.
The world's largest ridesharing service going public could be a good thing for the distant silver medalist.
If anything, they're a threat.
The market is massive, the number of annual rides is growing fast, and some Americans are cooling to the idea of owning their own vehicles.
Investors are bailing on the country's second largest car-sharing service, and it's not pretty for this broken IPO.
The dominant ridesharing platform has 91 million users.
Details from the ridesharing giant's report show revenue of $11.3 billion in 2018, but slowing quarterly growth.
Robot cars won't be a thing for a while.
Find out what drove these stocks lower.