Lyft, Inc.

+$0.39 (+1.3%)
Closing price August 5, 2020
Tuesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Automatic Data Processing, GrowGeneration, Hilton Worldwide, Lululemon Athletica, Lyft, Netflix, Spotify, Tesla, Twitter, Visa and Wayfair.
Ride-hailing service Uber is reportedly near an acquisition of food delivery service Postmates for an estimated $2.6 billion.
The much-discussed acquisition by Uber of food delivery competitor Grubhub did not happen. Wall Street had viewed the bid for Grubhub as a winning move for Uber.
Uber suffers two blows as Grubhub goes with another suitor and California regulator rules drivers are employees.
A new California Public Utilities Commission ruling on Thursday does not favor Lyft and its competitors. What's next?
Thursday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Apple, DraftKings, Gap, Grubhub, Inogen, Kellogg, Lyft, ONEOK, Redfin, Uber Technologies, Yum Brands and Zillow.
Uber's food delivery business revenues could more than double this year, but is that enough to offset ride-hailing declines? Would acquiring Grubhub help or hurt?
Lyft stock jumped this week after the ride-sharing company revised its outlook as riders slowly return.
A class-action lawsuit was filed against Lyft by a former driver in Washington, D.C., contending that the company is contributing to the spread of COVID-19 by its failure to provide paid time off for...
Struggling to survive, ride-sharing companies face a potential new threat: Amazon.
Layoffs in India mark the latest step in Uber's cost-cutting and capital management strategy. But the ride-hailing service also faces legal troubles in California, New York and other states.
Lyft has been lagging Uber and the S&P index, and a California ballot initiative could be bearish for it and other ride-hailing stocks.
Analysts like Lyft but it’s battling states over driver classification and the coronavirus has hit ridership hard.
Investors see this San Francisco-based ride-hailing firm as a good stock to own as the U.S. economy begins to reopen from the lockdowns caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Will AB5 change that?
Uber is cutting more jobs and looking to boost food delivery as the pandemic pummels the ride-sharing business.