The twin ride-hailing unicorns debuted this year, but one is faring much better.
News & Analysis: Uber Technologies
Uber may be the big, bad wolf of ridesharing; Lyft is the better buy by a mile.
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.
Uber and Mattel tumbled amid a broad stock market slump.
Stocks were generally lower on Friday morning.
Second-quarter sales fell short of expectations, calling its growth story into question.
UBER earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2019.
The ridesharing giant posts a $5 billion-plus net loss, while the two big IT companies finally sign on the dotted line.
The world's largest ridesharing service delivers decelerating growth in its second quarterly report as a public company.
The second-largest ride-hailing specialist beats Wall Street targets in its latest quarter, and that's good news for the top dog.