Uber (uber.com) and Lyft (lyft.com) are both revving up for two of the most anticipated IPOs of 2019. In three rounds, the Wall Street Journal looks at which company will be a better bet for investors. Wall Street Journal (WSJ.com) video above published Feb 21, 2019. See also Lyft IPO filing shows surging revenue, widening losses-reuters.com.
See also SEC filings: Lyft, Inc. and Uber Technologies Inc.
Uber Follows Lyft’s Lead By Filing Draft IPO Paperwork With SEC | crunchbase.com Dec 10, 2018
Privacy is a priority. We’ve invested in technology to make your phone number anonymous when you call or text through the app, so real digits are hidden when communicating with your driver.— Uber (@Uber) February 18, 2019
📷: Uber Partner @tourdelust pic.twitter.com/CObuNtEUpt
Our new $1M transportation equity partnership with Oakland is a coming-together of government, business, and the nonprofit sector — with one goal: bringing more transportation options to communities that want, need, and deserve them. https://t.co/9j2Azc36W6— Lyft (@lyft) February 11, 2019
From requesting to riding, customer support is available 24/7 through the Help menu in the app.— Uber (@Uber) February 17, 2019
📷: Uber Partner @oh_anthonio pic.twitter.com/Dq72dyGnA6
Longest Lyft ride of 2018? One that went from Boise alllll the way to Jackson Hole — that’s 310 miles (and maybe more than a few games of 20 Questions). Where will 2019 take you? pic.twitter.com/DdLy2geLZS— Lyft (@lyft) January 3, 2019