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Author: Nicole Schlosser
Publication Date: 5月 16 2022
Pages: 17
Report Type: Report, Word



Lyft’s Weak Outlook Scares Investors. Uber’s Huge Gains are Tempered by Investment Losses. Will Q1 2022 Signals Spur a Business Model Change?

Report Summary:

While Uber concluded the first quarter of 2022 stronger than expected, it suffered continuing losses from its equity investments. Lyft’s rider numbers and plans for serious investment to boost driver supply in Q2 2022 frightened investors. Higher revenue numbers show that both companies continue to recover from pandemic-induced lows, but still need to change their fundamental business model of investor-funded rides.
Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary    3
2. Analysis    5
2.1 Lyft    7
2.2 Uber    8
2.3 Uber’s International Business Efforts    10
2.4 Uber’s Cross-Platform Advantage, Taxi Integration Bet    10
2.5 Lyft’s Bike, Scooter Buys    12
2.6 Washington’s Driver Win, Growing Labor Demands    14
3. Implications    15
4. Analyst Contacts    17
4.1 Other Contacts:    17

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