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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 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.
Fiat 500 painted pink and carrying a Lyft logo is parked in the streets of Manhattan.

Lyft is seeking a valuation of up to $23 billion as it embarks on its IPO road show

Lyft is the first ride-hailing firm to go public and is expected to spark a slew of initial public offerings in tech this year.

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.
A sign at an anti-Uber protest, in the wake of its decision to continue operating during a taxi work stoppage.

Lyft says its business got a major boost from Uber’s extremely scandalous 2017

Lyft is arguing its sense of 'social responsibility' differentiates it from its bigger and better-funded rival, Uber.
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 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.