Lyft is Wall Street's first shot at ride hailing. While the company is much smaller than Uber, it has been slowly gaining ground on its global competitor. Business Insider compiled numbers from Lyft's IPO filing to compare them to Uber's self-reported numbers from the past two years. All eyes are on Lyft this week as its executives head out on a roadshow to court investors across the country ahead of its hotly anticipated IPO. With the ride-hailing firm's prospectus finally public,...


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