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Shares fall after the ride-hailing service says the lock-up period after its IPO will end sooner than some expected.
Shares of Uber downshift again, dropping to their lowest level since the company's initial public offering in May, as investors continue to re-visit the company's revenue and growth prospects following its latest quarterly results.
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Uber stock is near a make-or-break level after reporting disappointing second-quarter results.
Bookings, a key indicator of the health of Lyft's business, has disappeared from its financial reporting, and no one seems to care.
Uber is promising growth with UberEats but its up to consumers to decide who can really deliver the goods.
Lowered estimates were a common theme among Uber analysts following a much weaker-than-expected report on Thursday.
Both Uber and Lyft describe a world where consumers increasingly turn in their car keys in favor of ride hailing, but there are reasons to be skeptical of this narrative.
Uber's crash on earnings does not mean the stock is totaled according to analysts covering the stock.
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Uber Technologies is taking longer than anticipated to reach profitability as the differences between its business and Lyft become more pronounced.
U.S. stock futures decline after a report says Washington could delay licenses for American companies seeking to do business with China's Huawei; Uber slides after posting a $5.24 billion second-quarter loss; Activision is lower after a weak third-quarter forecast.
Shares of the ride-hailing giant fell sharply after the company missed analyst estimates by a wide margin.
Lyft rises after beating earnings and revenue expectations. Can it get back to its IPO price now?
Stocks finished solidly higher on Thursday as investors returned to risk markets.
Could Uber be a buy even after earnings, should they come in better-than-expected?
LYFT's earnings beat appears to be giving hope to Uber investors in advance of its own report later Thursday, but the two rivals have key strengths to watch, such as Lyft's U.S. focus and Uber's move on food delivery.
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With strong tailwinds and an expanding business model, investors are clamoring for shares of Lyft. But its price may have gotten ahead of itself.
Jim Cramer breaks down what Lyft's IPO lockup expiration could mean for markets.
Lyft is closer now to turning a profit than most had thought it would be.
Lyft shares traded higher Thursday after the ride-sharing group posted and narrower-than-expected second quarter loss, its first a public company, and boosted its full-year revenue forecast.
Jim Cramer takes a look at the markets and what investors need to watch going forward.
Lyft is beginning to drive towards profitability as duopoly dynamics set in.
Jim Cramer breaks down everything investors need to watch as the market searches for direction.
Sutter Rock Capital Corp., formerly known as GSV Capital, logged some nice gains during the second quarter on its investments in Spotify and Dropbox.
U.S. stock futures rise following stronger-than-expected export data from China; Ride-hailing service Lyft posts a narrower-than expected second-quarter loss and raises revenue guidance for the fiscal year; Broadcom is nearing a deal to buy Symantec's enterprise business, a report says.
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