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Marriott partners with Uber to expand Bonvoy loyalty program
By Jill Menze | April 15, 2021
Marriott Bonvoy members can earn points by ordering food delivery via Uber Eats or requesting select Uber rides. Read More
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As ride-hail companies recover, there are too few drivers to meet demand
As ride-hail companies recover, there are too few drivers to meet demand
By Dawit Habtemariam - BTN | April 15, 2021
Ride-hailing companies are reporting a shortage of drivers as demand for their services picks up. Read More
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Lyft revenue grows 14% in Q4 to $570M
By Mitra Sorrells | February 9, 2021
Lyft says it expects to be profitable no later than the fourth quarter of this year. Read More
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Lyft revenue up 47% from Q2, aims for profitability by end of 2021
By Mitra Sorrells | November 10, 2020
Lyft says revenue from bikes and scooters was up about 40% collectively in Q3 2020.   Read More
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Lyft sees revenue, ridership drop 60% in Q2 as closures wipe out demand
By Mitra Sorrells | August 13, 2020
Lyft says monthly rideshare rides in July were up 78% compared to April.   Read More
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Bike-sharing on the rise as COVID-19 hits demand for public transit, ride-sharing
Bike-sharing on the rise as COVID-19 hits demand for public transit, ride-sharing
By Jill Menze | July 9, 2020
According to a new report from Foursquare and Apptopia, consumers are looking for isolated forms of transportation amid the coronavirus pandemic. Read More
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Lyft reports increase in revenue, ridership in Q1 2020 despite coronavirus
Lyft reports increase in revenue, ridership in Q1 2020 despite coronavirus
By Jill Menze | May 6, 2020
Lyft is reporting revenue of $955.7 million in the first quarter of 2020, a year-over-year increase of 23% versus $776 million in the first quarter of 2019. Read More
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Calm before the coronavirus storm - recap of latest online travel earnings
By Steven Lerner | March 23, 2020
We've updated PhocusWire's visual history of online travel company revenues to include the most recent quarter. Read More
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Lyft achieves first billion-dollar revenue quarter, keeps 2021 profitability target date in place
Lyft achieves first billion-dollar revenue quarter, keeps 2021 profitability target date in place
By Steven Lerner | February 12, 2020
 As Lyft tries to recover from its first less-than-stellar year in the public markets, the ride-sharing company showed significant improvement in its fiscal year 2019 result.   Read More
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Google, Barry Diller, annual marketing spend - what to watch in upcoming online travel earnings
By Steven Lerner | February 3, 2020
Here are six important questions regarding the upcoming earnings for online travel companies.   Read More
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Travel startup investments 2019 - a year in review
By Steven Lerner | December 11, 2019
Investors were pouring money into travel startups in 2019. Here's where that money went.   Read More
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Lyft reports uptick in revenue to $956M, keeps losing money in Q3 2019
By Steven Lerner | October 30, 2019
Despite the current losses, the company anticipates reaching profitability in terms of adjusted EBITDA by the fourth quarter of 2021.   Read More
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Uber and Lyft are dominating business travel expense claims
By Linda Fox | August 1, 2019
The suppliers that top business travel expense claims include Uber, Starbucks and Lyft according to Certify. Read More
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How Facebook's Libra cryptocurrency might fit into travel
By Linda Fox | July 1, 2019
Concerns are not surprising given the probes into the social media platform around privacy and wider concerns about cryptocurrencies, but, for travel, there are a few interesting elements about Libra. Read More
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Why a women-only ride-share app opted for crowdfunding (after kickback from male VCs)
Why a women-only ride-share app opted for crowdfunding (after kickback from male VCs)
By Jill Menze | March 29, 2019
Dismissed by male venture capitalists, Australian company Shebah has nearly hit its funding goal of $3 million through crowdfunding. Read More
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