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Dara Khosrowshahi, CEO of Uber, which saw its shares fall nearly 8% on their first day of trading.

Sure, Uber didn’t leave any money on the table, but its IPO was nothing to celebrate and it could haunt the company and its execs for years to c...

Uber's debut on the public markets was a disappointment to the company and investors. But it could end up being costly too.

Uber is reportedly set to price its IPO at the midpoint of its target or below, giving it a valuation of as much as $86 billion

Uber is set to price its initial public offering at the midpoint of its target range or below, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal.

More Uber and Lyft drivers are using the app to fit their schedules, but those who make it a full-time job are barely earning a livable wage

Workers for gig economy startups like Lyft and Uber churn through jobs at an unusually high rate, according to a new Wall Street Journal report.

Grab will soon let you order food, hail rides, make payments all in one super app – here’s how it’s going to work

If you're a Grab user, here’s some good news for those who hate clutter.
Lyft President John Zimmer and CEO Logan Green speak as Lyft lists on the Nasdaq at an IPO event in Los Angeles March 29, 2019.

Lyft sinks to a fresh low — is now down 35% in post-IPO plunge

Lyft shares fell to a fresh low on Monday. The stock has fallen 35% from where it began trading.

Here are the biggest differences between Uber and Lyft, the two biggest ride-hailing apps

Before you take your next ride, check out the key differences between Uber and Lyft to make the most informed decision.

Uber says the #DeleteUber movement led to ‘hundreds of thousands’ of people quitting the app

In its public S-1 IPO proposal filing, Uber says its business was "negatively impacted" in 2017 because of the #DeleteUber movement.
Doomed.

Trying to persuade Americans to stop buying cars won’t save Lyft from being wildly unprofitable

Americans in rural and suburban areas will never stop owning cars, so Lyft has no path to profits via this route.

To build Southeast Asia’s superapp, Grab looks to China’s giants for inspiration

There are similarities and differences between Southeast Asia and China phone users when it comes to applications.