If you heard that Lyft had a monster quarter and Uber a dud last week, you may be surprised to learn that both stocks traded essentially flat for the week. It won't always be that way.
News & Analysis: Lyft
The second-largest ride-hailing specialist beats Wall Street targets in its latest quarter, and that's good news for the top dog.
LYFT earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2019.
Two recently estranged tech companies are apparently ready to (finally) make a deal, while Lyft delivers a pleasant upside surprise.
The country's two largest ride-hailing platforms are reporting financial results this week.
The country's second-largest ride-hailing specialist is losing a lot of money, but it's also growing too quickly to ignore. Let's see where it might be come 2020.
Two of the biggest initial public offerings of 2019 have yet to hit the markets.
When a company debuts on the stock market for the first time, it can offer promise or peril. How can an investor tell if a hot initial public offering is worth jumping into?
Shares of the ride-sharing specialist gained as analysts saw more opportunities for the company.
One analyst favors the smaller ride-hailing specialist over the slower-growing market leader. There is plenty of road to share here.