A cruise line, car-sharing platform, and online travel site seem pretty vulnerable right now.
Between presidential elections, canceled IPOs, and another hectic week of earnings, you’re probably just as tired as we are!
Uber’s [UBER] share price and Lyft’s [LYFT] share price have had mixed fortunes this year.
In a last-minute turnaround, Uber & Lyft will continue to operate in California for a little time longer. Stock price jumps 7% and 6% respectively.
While the ride-hailing industry suffers from this pandemic, and after Uber’s massive Q2 losses, can its main rival, Lyft, do any better?
With Uber losing more money and Lyft set to announce Q2 earnings, are rideshare still companies sustainable?
Massachusetts is joining California in suing Uber and Lyft for their misclassification of workers. Could this be the end of the road for the gig economy?
Uber and Lyft are effectively a duopoly in this space but have struggled to operate as viable businesses. Is this the end or is there more to come?
The cloud services stock is trading like it’s immune to the pandemic — but it still faces plenty of near-term headwinds.
The ride-hailing service could start making a profit sooner than anticipated, with 2020 dubbed the year of subscriptions by Uber’s CEO.