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The latest company to enter the public market is the business-to-business payments company Bill.com. Founder & CEO René Lacerte joins Yahoo Finance’s On The Move panel from the New York Stock Exchange to discuss the company’s market debut.
Among the leaders who will be rolling off the board are the retired CEO of Cousins Properties, the president and CEO of Porsche Cars North America, and the CEO of Intercontinental Exchange. Former Georgia Tech President Bud Peterson stepped down from the board earlier this year.
The U.S. and China reach a limited trade deal, and Apple could be headed for very happy holidays. In the world of IPOs, things have been a little topsy-turvy this year.
With the first-quarter round of 13F filings behind us it is time to take a look at the stocks in which some of the best money managers in the world preferred to invest or sell heading into the second quarter. One of these stocks was GreenSky, Inc. (NASDAQ:GSKY). GreenSky, Inc. (NASDAQ:GSKY) was in 15 hedge […]
Dan Ammann, CEO of General Motors’ Cruise automation division, rallied against the automobile’s place in society.
DocuSign, Coupa Software and Dexcom are three names on hedge fund manager Jim Roppel's watch list. He explains why he's "exceedingly bullish" now.
One of the big winners in the Bill.com IPO is San Mateo-based Emergence Capital Partners, whose co-founder Brian Jacobs invested in Bill.com's Series B round in 2007 when it was valued at about $12 million. The company's market cap after Thursday's debut is close to $2.5 billion.
(Bloomberg) -- Lyft Inc., whose ride-hailing service has been a frenemy of car-rental companies, just got a little less friendly with the likes of Hertz Global Holdings Inc. and Avis Budget Group Inc.Lyft said Thursday it’s testing out a car-rental service in Los Angeles and San Francisco and offering unlimited miles as an inducement. The announcement did little for its stock but sent Hertz and Avis shares plunging.While the rise of Lyft and Uber Technologies Inc. raised existential questions for more than century-old rental companies like Hertz and Avis several years ago, both companies have benefited recently by making their cars available to drivers that the ride-hailing services must keep adding to help support their growth. Avis even forged formal partnership with Uber in early 2017 and Lyft last year.Hertz and Avis can breathe easily for a while, said Hamzah Mazari, a Jefferies analyst who rates Avis a buy and Hertz a hold. Building up a big network of cars and rental lots is expensive, and Lyft doesn’t have the balance sheet to do it quickly.“I think the reaction is overblown,” Mazari said by phone. “Lyft doesn’t have a whole lot of capital so they won’t be able to take this nationwide. They are capital constrained, so I’m not too worried about it.”Representatives for Hertz and Avis didn’t immediately respond to requests for comment. The two erased gains following Lyft’s announcement, with Hertz ending the day down 4.8% and Avis dropping 4.4%.Lyft Rentals is a limited experiment that may change, according to the San Francisco-based company’s website. The smartphone app-based service won’t require a stop at a rental counter and will charge market rates for gasoline. Lyft also is offering $20 credits for transport to rental cars and discounts for Monday-through-Thursday use.To contact the reporters on this story: Chester Dawson in Southfield at email@example.com;David Welch in Southfield at firstname.lastname@example.orgTo contact the editor responsible for this story: Craig Trudell at email@example.comFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.
Lyft introduced a rental option via its app to targeted users in the two metro areas last spring, and is now widening the eligible pool of users, a spokesman said. The company said in a blog post that the rental cars will be available via its app to select users who are at least 22 years old. Lyft runs the offer without the involvement of any existing car rental companies, the spokesman said.
The City Council on Thursday authorized municipal staff to negotiate with three companies to operate electric bicycles or scooters in San Antonio: Lime, under its corporate name, Neutron Holdings LLC; Razor USA LLC; and Bird Rides Inc. The council vote follows a staff recommendation that the three operators each receive a two-year contract with a one-year renewal option at the city’s discretion. Each company can operate 1,000 vehicles initially, limiting the total fleet on municipal streets to 3,000. San Antonio began to see a proliferation of dockless vehicles on city streets in June 2018.
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Viasat's (VSAT) new service, which utilizes bandwidth from the ViaSat-2, is likely to be rolled out in early 2020 and aid in digital expansion across the country.
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In California, the ride-hailing company is changing a policy used as a safeguard against driver discrimination against low-income and minority riders.
Hedge funds are not perfect. They have their bad picks just like everyone else. Facebook, a stock hedge funds have loved dearly, lost nearly 40% of its value at one point in 2018. Although hedge funds are not perfect, their consensus picks do deliver solid returns, however. Our data show the top 20 S&P 500 […]