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Jennifer Hyman, CEO of Rent the Runway

Rent The Runway CEO throws serious shade at profitless tech behemoths: ‘I haven’t been given the permission or privilege to lose a billion...

Rent the Runway CEO Jennifer Hyman says she has always built her company with profitability in mind.
Jon McNeill, Lyft's chief operating officer, speaks on stage at the Smart Cities New York Conference

Lyft executive suggests drivers become mechanics after they’re replaced by self-driving robo-taxis

Lyft COO Jon McNeill said that self-driving cars will require 20 times more maintenance than traditional vehicles, so demand for mechanics will go up.
A woman pedals past a BedBath & Beyond store on a rented Citi Bike bicycle in New York City on December 7, 2018. The Citigroup is the main sponsor of the privately owned Citi Bike bicycle sharing system which aims to alleviate traffic caused by vehicular traffic.

Lyft’s electric Citi Bikes in New York will be offline until the fall

Lyft pulled the pedal assist bicycles in March after some users experienced injury-inducing brake issues.

Lyft and Hilton just announced a new partnership that can help you get free nights in hotels

Hilton and Lyft have announced a new partnership enabling any users to earn Hilton Honors hotel loyalty points any time they take a Lyft.

Uber’s CEO sent an email to employees addressing its disastrous IPO, drawing on Amazon and Facebook’s rough starts

Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi sent an email to employees Monday addressing the ride-hailing giant's brutal stock-market debut.
Lyft CEO Logan Green announced a deal Wednesday with Magna to develop self-driving car technology.

Lyft hits yet another low as rival Uber sputters in its 2nd day of trading

Lyft hit a new low on Monday after shares of rival Uber has an underwhelming stock-market debut on Friday.

Uber and Lyft drivers reveal the things you should never do while taking a ride

Business Insider has spoken to dozens of drivers about their experiences driving for the companies. Here's what they had to say.
Uber and Lyft drivers around the world went on strike Wednesday, protesting low pay.

The Uber strike should worry investors and the company because it points to a fundamental problem with its business model

Uber and Lyft are losing lots of money despite paying their drivers poverty wages. Neither situation is sustainable.
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.