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Lyft Expects To Record A Stock-Based Compensation Charge And Payroll Tax Expense in Q2
CPUC Says For Now, Transport Network Companies Drivers Are Presumed To Be Employees
Lyft Says Rides On Rideshare Platform In May Rose 26% Versus April
LYFT Inc. is an on-demand transportation-as-a-service (TaaS) provider. The Company provides peer-to-peer transportation and on-demand ridesharing platform, which offers ride-hailing services. Lyft matches drivers with passengers who request rides through its smartphone application, and passengers pay automatically through the application. The Company offers ridesharing marketplace, which connects drivers with riders to provide car sharing and transportation services. The Company also has a network of shared bikes and scooters in various cities to address the needs of riders who are looking for short trips. Its nearby transit offering integrates third-party public transit data into the Lyft app to offer riders a robust view of transportation options. It offers various enterprise programs, including monthly ride credits for daily commutes, supplementing public transit by providing rides for the first and last leg of commute trips, late-night rides home and shuttle replacement rides.
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Prashant K. Aggarwal
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John Patrick Zimmer
President, Vice Chairman of the Board, Co-Founder
Logan D. Green
Chief Executive Officer, Co-Founder, Director
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Executive Vice President - Rideshare & Engineering
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California plans to ask a state court judge to force Uber Technologies Inc and Lyft Inc to classify their ride-hail drivers as employees rather than contractors, ratcheting up the tension over a new gig worker law.
California is planning to ask a state court judge to force Uber Technologies Inc and Lyft Inc to classify their ride-hail drivers as employees, rather than contractors, ratcheting up the tension over a new gig worker law.
Ride-hailing company Lyft Inc <LYFT.O> on Wednesday said every vehicle on its ride-hailing and rental car platform will be electric by 2030, but it would not provide direct financial support to drivers for switching from gas-powered cars.
Drivers working for ride-hailing services such as Uber Technologies Inc and Lyft Inc will be considered employees under California's new gig worker law, the state's leading industry regulator said on Thursday.
The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) said drivers under Transportation Network Companies (TNCs), which include ride-hailing services such as Uber Technologies Inc and Lyft Inc, would be considered employees under the state's work law.
Ride-hailing firm Lyft Inc <LYFT.O> said on Tuesday that rides on its platform rose 26% in May from the previous month helped by strong growth in cities where coronavirus-induced restrictions have been eased.
Ride-hailing firm Lyft Inc said on Tuesday that rides on its platform rose 26% in May from the previous month, with strong growth from cities where coronavirus-induced restrictions have been eased.
Lyft Inc was sued on Friday by a former driver who accused the ride-sharing company of failing to provide required paid sick leave to drivers in Washington, D.C., a policy she said could fuel the spread of the coronavirus.
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Lyft <LYFT.O> will require both passengers and drivers to wear masks and complete a health certification program, including confirming before each ride that they are not displaying symptoms associated with the novel coronavirus, the company said on Thursday.
Wall Street gave a resounding vote of confidence to ride-hailing stocks ahead of Uber's results on Thursday, after Lyft indicated a slow recovery in demand and lower costs as rising unemployment creates greater supply of drivers.
Wall Street gave a resounding vote of confidence to ride-hailing stocks ahead of Uber's results on Thursday, after Lyft indicated a recovery in demand and lower costs as rising unemployment creates more supply of drivers than jobs in the market.
Lyft Inc said U.S. ridership had improved more than 20% from coronavirus-hit rock bottom last month and that high unemployment would keep a lid on driver costs, allowing the ride-hailing firm to move toward profitability as lockdowns ease.
Lyft Inc on Wednesday surprised investors with higher-than-expected revenue and the ride-hailing company vowed further cost cuts to become profitable as the U.S. coronavirus lockdown batters the economy.
California and three of its largest cities on Tuesday sued Uber Technologies Inc and Lyft Inc, accusing them of classifying their drivers improperly as independent contractors instead of employees, evading workplace protections and withholding worker benefits.
California's attorney general on Tuesday sued Uber Technologies Inc and Lyft Inc for classifying its drivers improperly as independent contractors instead of employees, evading workplace protections and withholding worker benefits.
Lyft Inc said on Tuesday it would expand its program that provides cheaper rides to customers willing to wait longer for their pick-ups, at a time when curbs against the coronavirus outbreak have brought its affordable shared services to a halt.
As U.S. lockdowns and fears of the coronavirus pandemic stretch into a third month, who wants to take an Uber ride?
Lyft Inc said on Wednesday it plans to lay off 982 employees, or 17% of the company's workforce, and implement pay cuts due to economic challenges caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Lyft Inc said on Wednesday it plans to lay off 982 employees, or 17% of the ride-hailing firm's workforce, due to the economic challenges caused by the coronavirus pandemic. (Reporting by Munsif Vengattil in Bengaluru; Editing by Shounak Dasgupta)
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