GigPro is an on-demand hiring app that aims to to bridge the labor gap within the restaurant industry.
Lyft Inc said on Wednesday the number of drivers on its U.S. ride-hail platform was gradually increasing, resulting in reduced wait times for customers and a modest decrease in surcharge pricing as travel rebounds from pandemic lows. Lyft said active drivers on its platform had increased 10% since the beginning of May, adding that thousands of new drivers were activated over just the past two weeks. Serving the rebound in travel demand is crucial for Lyft, which has promised investors it will be profitable on an adjusted basis by the end of the third quarter in September.
LYFT's EV ride-hailing pilot program, set to launch in California this fall, is a step toward its goal of switching entirely to EVs by 2030.