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Lyft co-founders John Zimmer (L) and Logan Green speak on stage during a Founders Stories session at TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2013 in San Francisco.

Lyft is seeking a $23 billion valuation as it officially launches its IPO — here’s where its executives are headed to court investors

The ride-hailing company will pitch investors across the country, including both coasts and the midwest, before pricing its offering next week.

In its IPO paperwork, Lyft gives a weird, whimsical explanation for what the ‘Y’ in its name stands for

"The why in what Lyft is doing is most important to us," write the cofounders in its IPO paperwork.
Andy Jassy, CEO of Amazon Web Services, dismissed employees' concerns over its marketing of its facial-recognition technology to law-enforcement agencies.

Lyft has to pay Amazon’s cloud at least $8 million a month until the end of 2021

Lyft is on the hook to pay Amazon Web Services $300 million for cloud-computing services by the end of 2021.
Lyft CEO and co-founder Logan Green

Here’s who’s getting rich from Lyft’s enormous IPO

Lyft investors can expect a big payday when Lyft's shares go public, and they are free to sell them. Here's who Lyft named as its biggest shareholders.
Lyft co-founders Logan Green and John Zimmer

Lyft kicks off 2019 unicorn IPO spree with public S-1

The countdown begins for Lyft's big IPO now that the company has officially filed its public S-1. Here's what was revealed in the filing.

Lyft warns the push to have ride-hailing drivers classified as employees could seriously harm its business

Lyft is going public, and it's warning that if drivers become employees it could hurt its business.
Fiat 500 painted pink and carrying a Lyft logo is parked in the streets of Manhattan.

Lyft just gave us the first look inside its financials — and its revenue is growing much faster than its losses

The ride-hailing company made its IPO filing public for the first time on Friday.
Lyft runs bike share programs in several US cities, including New York's Citi Bike.

Lyft warns that the future of its business depends heavily on bikes and scooters

Lyft now owns bike share programs in some of the US largest cities, and hopes to expand it even further.
JPMorgan and its CEO Jamie Dimon are involved in the Lyft IPO.

JPMorgan, Credit Suisse, and Jefferies among 29 banks running the Lyft IPO

Lyft's S-1 reveals an all-star bank lineup and sheds light on who might be on its rival Uber's underwriting lineup when it finally goes public.