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LYFT Inc

LYFT.O

Latest Trade

45.68USD

Change

-1.22(-2.60%)

Volume

4,400,573

Today's Range

44.47

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45.88

52 Week Range

14.56

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54.50

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Pricing

Previous Close
46.90
Open
45.64
Volume
4,400,573
3M AVG Volume
200.72
Today's High
45.88
Today's Low
44.47
52 Week High
54.50
52 Week Low
14.56
Shares Out (MIL)
317.52
Market Cap (MIL)
14,891.83
Forward P/E
-17.16
Dividend (Yield %)
--

Next Event

Q4 2020 Lyft Inc Earnings Release

Latest Developments

更多

Lyft Says Now Expects It Can Manage Its Adj EBITDA Loss In Q4 2020 To Be Better Than $185 Mln

Lyft Inc Says Outlook For Q4 2020 Is Adjusted EBITDA Loss Of Roughly $200 Mln At Midpoint And $190 Mln At High End

Lyft Reports Q3 Revenue Of $499.7 Million, Down 48%

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About LYFT Inc

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.

Industry

Computer Services

Contact Info

185 Berry St Ste 5000

SAN FRANCISCO, CA

94107-2503

United States

+1.302.5310855

https://www.lyft.com/

Executive Leadership

Prashant K. Aggarwal

Independent Chairman of the board

John Patrick Zimmer

President, Vice Chairman of the Board, Co-Founder

Logan D. Green

Chief Executive Officer, Co-Founder, Director

Brian Roberts

Chief Financial Officer

Eisar Lipkovitz

Executive Vice President - Rideshare & Engineering

Key Stats

2.24 mean rating - 38 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, USD)

2018

2.2K

2019

3.6K

2020(E)

2.4K
EPS (USD)

2019

-11.440

2020(E)

-2.799
Price To Earnings (TTM)
--
Price To Sales (TTM)
5.30
Price To Book (MRQ)
7.43
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
--
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
34.81
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
31.62
Return on Investment (TTM)
-52.59
Return on Equity (TTM)
-30.85

Latest News

Latest News

Lyft, Motional to launch multi-city U.S. robotaxi service in 2023

Lyft Inc and Motional will launch a multi-city U.S. robotaxi service in 2023, the partners said on Wednesday.

UPDATE 3-Lyft seeks slice of food-delivery amid slow ride-hail recovery, shares rise

Lyft Inc said on Tuesday it was working on a new service to take a slice of the burgeoning food-delivery market as it works to make up for a 48% drop in quarterly revenue and a slow recovery of ride-hail demand.

UPDATE 5-Uber, gig economy companies see California win as national model

Gig economy companies want to turn California voters' decision to make ride-service drivers contractors into a model for the nation, as several states consider requiring drivers from Uber, Lyft and rival services be treated as employees with higher compensation.

UPDATE 6-Californians pass proposition to let Uber treat drivers as contractors-projection

Voters in trend-setting California backed a ballot proposal by Uber and its allies that cements app-based food delivery and ride-hail drivers' status as independent contractors, not employees, according to a projection by data provider Edison Research.

FACTBOX-California gig worker fight mirrored in other states, countries

Californians considering the future of the gig economy passed a ballot measure to allow Uber Technologies Inc, Lyft Inc, Doordash and others to classify drivers as independent contractors rather than employees, Edison Research projected on Tuesday.

California appeals court rules Uber, Lyft must reclassify drivers as employees

A California appeals court on Thursday unanimously ruled against ride-hailing companies Uber Technologies Inc and Lyft Inc, saying they must reclassify their drivers in the state as employees.

California appeals court hears arguments in Uber, Lyft gig worker lawsuit

A California appeals court on Tuesday listened to arguments by lawyers for Uber Technologies Inc , Lyft Inc and the state of California about whether the state can recognize their drivers as employees with the right to minimum wage, overtime pay, health insurance and unemployment...

FOCUS-Uber, Lyft spend big in California to oppose even costlier gig-worker law

Uber Technologies Inc and Lyft Inc together are spending nearly $100 million on a November California ballot initiative to overturn a state law that would compel them to classify drivers as employees.

FOCUS-Uber, Lyft spend big in California to oppose even costlier gig worker law

Uber Technologies Inc and Lyft Inc together are spending nearly $100 million on a November California ballot initiative to overturn a state law that would compel them to classify drivers as employees.

UPDATE 1-Lyft rides recover slightly in August, remain down 53% from last year

Ride-hailing firm Lyft Inc said on Tuesday that its trips rose 7.3% in August from July as operations in Canada recovered faster than in the United States.

Lyft rides rise 7.3% in August from prior month

Ride-hailing firm Lyft Inc said on Tuesday rides on its platform rose 7.3% in August from the previous month as operations in Canada recovered faster than in the United States.

FACTBOX-What's at stake in California's November gig worker ballot measure

After a California appeals court on Thursday halted a law requiring the reclassification of ride-hail drivers of Uber Technologies Inc and Lyft Inc as employees, the decision over gig worker benefits and pay will likely be left to voters.

UPDATE 7-California court ruling gives voters last word over Uber, Lyft worker rights

A California appeals court ruling on Thursday avoided a shutdown of ride-hailing services Uber and Lyft in the state, effectively handing a decision over gig worker benefits and pay to voters in a November ballot measure.

Uber, Lyft not immediately forced to treat California drivers as employees-court

A California appeals court on Thursday halted a court order that would have forced Uber Technologies Inc and Lyft Inc to treat their drivers as employees, rather than independent contractors beginning Friday.

Uber, Lyft prepare to shut down California rides service on Friday

Uber Technologies Inc and Lyft Inc are preparing to suspend their ride-hailing services in California beginning on Friday morning unless an appeals court rules at the last minute they cannot be forced to treat their drivers as employees, rather than independent contractors.

UPDATE 2-Judge rejects Uber, Lyft bids to delay California driver injunction

A California judge on Thursday refused to give Uber Technologies Inc and Lyft Inc more time to appeal his decision forcing them to classify drivers in that state as employees, which they have said would necessitate restructuring their businesses.

Uber, Lyft lose bid for delay in California driver injunction

A California judge on Thursday refused to grant Uber Technologies Inc and Lyft Inc more time to appeal his decision requiring the ride-hailing companies to classify drivers in that state as employees.

UPDATE 2-Lyft maintains end-2021 profitability goal even as COVID-19 guts demand

Lyft Inc said on Wednesday cost cuts put the company on track to reach its goal of becoming profitable on an adjusted basis by the end of 2021, even as its second-quarter revenue tumbled 61% due to coronavirus-related restrictions.

Lyft maintains end-2021 profitability goal even as COVID-19 guts demand

Lyft Inc said on Wednesday cost cuts put the company on track to reach its goal of becoming profitable on an adjusted basis by the end of 2021, even as its second-quarter revenue tumbled 61%.

UPDATE 2-Judge blocks Uber, Lyft from classifying drivers as contractors in California

A California judge on Monday granted the state's request for a preliminary injunction blocking Uber Technologies Inc and Lyft Inc from classifying their drivers as independent contractors rather than employees.

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