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Lyft, Inc. (LYFT)

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22.83-0.10 (-0.44%)
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Previous close22.93
Open22.82
Bid22.63 x 800
Ask22.91 x 1300
Day's range22.40 - 23.43
52-week range14.56 - 54.50
Volume8,017,089
Avg. volume9,651,460
Market cap7.125B
Beta (5Y monthly)N/A
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-5.47
Earnings date10 Nov 2020
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est40.36
  • Court rules that California Uber drivers could not establish 'political coercion'
    Reuters

    Court rules that California Uber drivers could not establish 'political coercion'

    The drivers had last week sued Uber over in-app messages regarding an upcoming gig worker ballot measure that the drivers say violates a California law protecting their political rights. The lawsuit had said that Uber was unlawfully pressuring drivers via the app to support the Nov. 3 company-sponsored ballot measure, known as Proposition 22. Uber had rejected those claims.

  • Human Capital: Court ruling could mean trouble for Uber and Lyft as gig workers may finally become employees
    TechCrunch

    Human Capital: Court ruling could mean trouble for Uber and Lyft as gig workers may finally become employees

    As many of you know, Human Capital is a weekly newsletter where I break down the latest in labor, as well as diversity and inclusion in tech. Because the election is coming up, this edition focuses heavily on California ballot measure Proposition 22. The TL;DR is that gig companies like Uber, Lyft and DoorDash really want to keep classifying their drivers and delivery folks as independent contractors, so they put millions of dollars into this ballot measure.

  • Daily Crunch: Uber and Lyft defeated again in court
    TechCrunch

    Daily Crunch: Uber and Lyft defeated again in court

    A California appeals court ruled that yes, a new state law applies to Uber and Lyft drivers, meaning that they must be classified as employees, rather than independent contractors. Google removes 3 Android apps for children, with 20M+ downloads between them, over data collection violations — Researchers at the International Digital Accountability Council found that a trio of popular and seemingly innocent-looking apps aimed at younger users were violating Google’s data collection policies.