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There are 360 ways to add Uber to FAANG and analysts already disagree over where to put it

FAAUNG or FAANGU: Wall Street is ready to add Uber to the catchy acronym of well-loved tech stocks, but not everyone agrees where to put it.
Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi.

Some Uber employees probably won’t see the huge payday they were dreaming about after the company’s wildly anticipated IPO

Bloomberg's Shira Ovide wrote that Uber was valued at about $49 a share in mid-2016. The company priced its IPO shares at $45 and opened at $42.
Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi.

5 things to watch out for when Uber, the world’s most valuable private tech company, goes public

Uber is making its blockbuster debut at a turbulent time for the markets.
The underwriters listed in Uber's S-1 include 11 of the same banks used in Lyft's IPO on March 29.

Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, and all 27 other banks working on Uber’s mega-IPO

RBC Capital Markets, JMP Securities, Raymond James, and others managed to make it on the front page of both Lyft and Uber's coveted 2019 IPOs.
PagerDuty CEO Jennifer Tejada.

PagerDuty seeks $1.69 billion valuation in its upcoming IPO and raises its price range, even as Lyft falters on the public markets

IT software company PagerDuty raised its price range to $21 to $23 per share for an IPO expected for Thursday.
Lyft CEO Logan Green

Lyft has fallen more than 20% since its IPO — here’s what the first Wall Street analysts to cover the stock are saying

Wall Street analysts are markedly bullish about the ride-hailing company ahead of the stock's debut on Friday.

Lyft is wildly unprofitable and lost $911 million last year — here’s how other unprofitable companies fared after they went public

Lyft is wildly unprofitable and lost $911 million last year. Here's how other unprofitable companies fared after they went public.
Lyft went public on Friday, 3/29.

Everyone is overlooking a very big wildcard about Lyft, Uber and all the other gig-economy IPOs

The Lyft IPO has investors excited, but these kinds of businesses aren't proven to be recession-proof.
Lyft President John Zimmer and CEO Logan Green applaud as Lyft lists on the Nasdaq at an IPO event in Los Angeles March 29, 2019.

Lyft is deeply unprofitable — but that isn’t stopping eager Wall Street investors

Wall Street analysts have yet to issue a sell rating for the stock, but all coverage is markedly bullish thus far.
Green and Zimmer met on Facebook through a mutual friend.

How Lyft’s cofounders, Logan Green and John Zimmer, went from organizing carpools on college campuses to running a ride-hailing company worth $2...

Logan Green and John Zimmer cofounded Lyft, then called Zimride, in 2008 after meeting on Facebook. Now, Lyft is going public at a valuation of about $29 billion.