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WeWork and Saudi Aramco are two big deals that are worrisome to the entire market.
The ride-sharing stocks are upgraded to buy from hold on valuation after a recent selloff.
Uber and Lyft shares jumped on Wednesday amidst hopes a compromise could be reached by California lawmakers that would avert the worst of a bill reclassifying their drivers as full-time employees.
California lawmakers passed an employment bill on Wednesday that would make it harder for businesses operating in the state to treat their workers as contractors.
Lyft's second-quarter results were 'robust,' but investors have soured on the shares for a number of reasons, an analyst team led by Lloyd Walmsley said in a Sept. 5 report.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 05, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Lyft, Inc.
Slack stock is down, but bouncing hard from the lows. Is WORK stock a buy or sell on these earnings results?
The suit, filed in a San Francisco court, describes attacks over 18 months in several states and says, among other things, that the ride-hailing company didn't properly respond to the women's complaints or to police inquiries.
Slack could shift sentiment with a strong earnings report on Wednesday.
Slack will grow its user base. But it needs to grow the portion of its user base that pays for the service.
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Lyft's ride-sharing business is growing faster than Uber's, and the company has also shown more financial improvement lately.
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 26, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Lyft, Inc.
Lyft rises after Guggenheim upgrades shares of the ride-sharing company to buy from neutral with a $60 price target.
An economic downturn could test whether consumers view ride hailing as a luxury or a necessity, and slow both companies' drives to profitability.
It's tough to find when a stock has hit the floor, so let's look at three that fell on earnings and could be poised to rise.
Jim Cramer breaks down what needs to happen with Lyft.
U.S. stock futures rise after Donald Trump says the U.S. and China are 'talking' but also said he didn't want to do business 'at all' with China's Huawei Technologies because it's a national security threat; earnings reports are expected Monday from Estee Lauder and Baidu; the Federal Reserve will be in the spotlight this week; Lyft's lock-up period ends Monday.
WeWork's losses nearly doubled between 2017 and 2018, and it's uncertain how the business model would hold up during a downturn.
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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