News and Articles About Lyft
One family discovered surprising savings in money and stress when they shed their second car in favor of ridesharing services and public transportation.
The criticism of Uber's disruption of Lyft is misplaced. We should all be so competitive.
While the company's penchant for cancelling rides has been well-documented, the practice -- until now -- has remained largely misunderstood.
Uber's recent hiring is a wakeup call to those idealistic enough to believe they don't need to fight City Hall.
The ridesharing company has released a feature that allows third-party companies like Trip Advisor, Starbucks and United Airlines to embed the Uber service into their own mobile applications.
David Plouffe, President Obama's former campaign manager and White House adviser, will now oversee global branding, communications and policy for
The COO of Lyft is leaving the company, taking his entire operations staff with him.
The ridesharing startups are both accusing one another of sabotage in an all-out war of words.
The San Francisco-based taxi alternative announces UberPool, an option for strangers going in the same direction to hitch a ride together and share the cost.
Look out, Airbnb, Dropbox and Uber: there's reportedly a new $10 billion business on the block.
The San Francisco-based peer-to-peer ridesharing app has suffered a few setbacks in its launch into the New York City market. Heres what other entrepreneurs can learn from Lyfts Big Apple rollout.
After its first launch was held up by New York State Supreme Court, the San Francisco-based company is set to hit the streets in the Big Apple starting tonight.
As car-sharing services continue to gain steam, we want to know how you prefer to get around when you need a ride.
Technology and the profit motive are creating more opportunity for entrepreneurs and better prices for consumers.
By 2025, Helsinki aims to have residents get around on trains, bikes, and with car-sharing rides. Nobody will own their own car.
Lyfts New York City launch party became a pre-launch party in a matter of hours as New York States attorney general slammed the breaks on the ridesharing app.
Ridesharing technology companies are becoming fiercely competitive, chasing new territories and slashing their prices.
When calls for consumer protection come from competitors, policymakers should be cautious.
Fresh off of a $250 million round of funding, the ride-sharing company is venturing into new markets.
Fresh off of a new $250 million round of funding, the ridesharing service said it is cutting prices across all markets.
From mobile financial planning to a new way to share a ride, these are the hot companies coming from the Bay Area.
Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba invested in the San Francisco-based ride-sharing company, which plans to expand internationally.
Ridesharing startups Uber and Lyft are working to bridge the 'insurance gap' with updated protection policies for their drivers.
With a $10 million venture capital infusion and a revamped business model, the lesser-known ridesharing app revs up to roll over the competition.
These promising tenderfoots are steamrolling ahead on the rocky road to making it big in business.