TechCrunch: The electric scooter wars won’t end

On the heels of unveiling its pink-wheeled e-bikes for the San Francisco Bay Area, Lyft is doing the same for its electric scooters in Denver, Colo. Lyft says these scooters are designed to be more durable, feature a more powerful…

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Mashable: Lyft adds in-app pronoun choices for riders

Lyft’s “Two is Too Few” campaign will go up in Los Angeles for Pride month.Image: lyft By Sasha Lekach2019-05-29 19:00:00 UTC Lyft is the first ride-hailing app to ask what pronouns you use when you ride in a car, whether…

TechCrunch: Aptiv’s Karl Iagnemma at TC Sessions: Mobility July 10 in San Jose

Before automakers and giant tech companies kicked off their own autonomous vehicle pilots, a startup called nuTonomy launched a self-driving taxi service in Singapore for the public, not just its test engineers. The AV industry took notice; and by October…

Motley Fool: Uber and Lyft Stocks Drive in Different Directions This Week

When shares of Uber Technologies (NYSE:UBER) and Lyft (NASDAQ:LYFT) moved higher a week ago, bucking the general market malaise, it seemed as if the two recently public ridesharing giants would be moving in lockstep. With the S&P 500 moving lower again this week,…

TechCrunch: Startups Weekly: There’s an alternative to raising VC and it’s called revenue-based financing

Revenue-based financing is on the rise, at least according to Lighter Capital, a firm that doles out entrepreneur-friendly debt capital. What exactly is RBF you ask? It’s a relatively new form of funding for tech companies that are posting monthly…