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Lyft slammed with a new lawsuit by 20 more sexual-assault victims who say the company is not doing enough to keep riders safe
The new victims say they were attacked by Lyft drivers since September, when the company laid out new safety plans and a features for its app.
Wall Street is becoming accepting of unprofitable startups, and investors are now willing to tolerate negative cash flows for long periods of time.
I've been driving for Uber and Lyft for almost a year, and I can often judge what kind of rider you are based on your passenger rating.
I’m a driver for Uber and Lyft — here are 8 ways I can tell someone is going to be a bad passenger within 5 seconds
Bad Uber passengers almost always immediately let you know that they're going to be bad passengers.
The move is so that Gett can focus on "the corporate transportation sector, a market worth $1 trillion each year," Gett CEO Dave Waiser said.
Knightsbridge Private Partners claimed it had "pre-IPO shares" of companies like Uber and Lyft, but the DOJ alleges it never held any stock at all.
California is attempting a massive labor experiment that could grow into a disaster for millions of workers
California wants to make employers treat every freelance employee like a full-time staffer, but the law is confusing and could hurt some workers.
Elon Musk was in Germany this week, Uber found a new regulatory fight, and Boeing may be closer to flying its 737 max once again.
The IPO market is in a slump. Here’s what a lawyer, venture capitalist, and startup CEO think about the funding environment.
Wall Street anticipated several massively successful IPOs in 2019. Instead, investors saw canceled offerings and multibillion-dollar devaluations.
"The controversy is around profit potential, heightened by the largest loss profile of almost any IPO," wrote Mark Mahaney of RBC Capital Markets.