News and Articles About Lyft
It's almost done with its expansion plans for 2017.
Gig work, whether in preference to corporate jobs or because full time work is lacking, is absorbing an ever-growing portion of the labor force.
Trump & Business
Travis Kalanick said he needed to realign himself with an Uber company value: 'Be Yourself.'
Brands that oppose Trump policies on social justice grounds have, so far at least, not suffered any significant loss of customer support.
John Zimmer shares his predictions for transportation 10 to 20 years from now with Trevor Noah.
Because they can't assign shifts to workers, ride-hailing companies use a variety of incentives to lure out their contract workers.
If you do it in a smart, strategic way, you can save a lot of money.
Making a human connection is as important as making a living. There is a new economy emerging that combines the two.
The ridesharing service is shaving off its iconic pink mustache.
Have you ever wondered why your ride cost more than you thought it should?
John Zimmer sees ridesharing as 'the ultimate subscription service.'
The Department of Commerce has hinted at regulations for on-demand businesses. Here's how to prepare.
According to reports, not enough people were using Lyft's carpool service to make it worthwhile.
Seattle last year became the first U.S. city to pass a law giving drivers for ride-hailing apps, as well as taxi and for-hire drivers, the right to collectively negotiate on pay and working conditions.
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