More Posts on Lyft
California Wins Injunction Against Uber and Lyft, Classifying Drivers as Contractors
The state is suing to make them comply with AB5.
Uber, Lyft Drivers Are Employees, According to California Regulator
They must ensure that their services comply with the state's new gig-worker law.
What Does the Crisis Mean for the Sharing Economy?
If the sharing economy cannot deal with its fundamental vulnerabilities in a moment of crisis, it could spell the end of its meteoric rise as a business model.
Lyft Drivers Earn Extra Cash Transporting Food, Supplies for Charities, Businesses
Essential Deliveries gets meals and home and medical necessities to government agencies, nonprofits, businesses and healthcare organizations.
How to Build a Community like Lyft, Airbnb and Github
How these giants built three pillars into their businesses (and how you can too).
Uber, Lyft Suspend Shared Rides Option to Prevent Coronavirus Spread
Both companies have decided to hit pause on offering a carpooling option to prevent the spread of the coronavirus among passengers.
Uber Stock Tumbles After IPO, Leading to Disappointing First Day as Public Company
The ride-sharing company was valued at over $82 billion on its first day of trading.
Uber Drivers Are Sleeping in Their Cars to Make Enough Money. Now, They're Going on Strike.
The strikes come ahead of Uber's initial public offering, which one union leader said promised to be an 'orgy of greed.'