Lyft stock jumped this week after the ride-sharing company revised its outlook as riders slowly return.
Shopify’s exponential growth has rewarded investors this year but Amazon is also powering ahead.
Grubhub is reportedly seeking a breakup fee as regulators eye merger talks with Uber.
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...
Amazon is certainly making Jeff Bezos richer and richer, but is it a force for good for the rest of us?
Consumer habits have changed and Shopify is well positioned to benefit however the pandemic plays out.
Uber is scrapping surplus bikes after selling Jump to Lime even as people are looking for transportation alternatives because of the coronavirus.
Struggling to survive, ride-sharing companies face a potential new threat: Amazon.
While a phased reopening of Disney's Florida theme parks is good news, it is obvious that Disney's calendar second quarter of 2020 will be perhaps its worst ever.
Amazon is reportedly in talks to buy the autonomous mobility company Zoox as it looks to automation to cut warehousing and shipping costs.
Shopify’s stock has had an incredible run and might still have more upside as the company recently shored up its balance sheet with a secondary stock offering.
In the case of stocks that have rallied too far, Chipotle Mexican Grill is one candidate. Its stock price perhaps has gone much farther than the fundamentals might normally support.
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.
Luckin Coffee shares jumped again on Wednesday, after posting an incredible gain on Tuesday. Is there anything behind this move, or is this just a dead cat bounce?
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.