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Uber Technologies (UBER) closed the most recent trading day at $49.70, moving +1.66% from the previous trading session.
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Ride-shares have gotten expensive enough in Chicago that Matt Shachat has decided it’s time to finally get a driver’s license. Lyft said it too is seeing pressures ease and customer wait times decrease.
(Bloomberg) -- SK Telecom Co., South Korea’s largest mobile carrier, wants to shed its staid image and take on a more dynamic role as an investor in tech startups à la SoftBank Group Corp.Armed with a $5 billion budget for acquisitions over the next three years, the company is setting out to find the next Coupang Inc., the Korean e-commerce giant whose massive initial public offering fueled SoftBank’s record profit last quarter. About $2 billion of that will come from the proceeds of planned IPO
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Ordering via a takeaway app was on average 23% or £7.14 ($10) more expensive than ordering directly from the restaurant, a Which? investigation found.
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Lyft Inc’s (NASDAQ: LYFT) gradually increase in U.S. drivers has led to reduced customer waiting time and a modest decrease in surcharge pricing, Reuters reported. The platform’s active drivers rose 10% since May beginning. The company activated thousands of new drivers in the past two weeks. Passenger wait times across the U.S. reduced 15% on average compared with one month ago. In some major markets, including Austin, Texas, Miami, and Philadelphia, wait times reduced by 25% to 30% and as much
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Lyft is trying to overcome coronavirus hurdles. The vaccine rollout and anticipated ride-hailing revival have fueled shares. But is it a buy now?