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Lyft 2017 Disruptor 50 – CNBC

There’s nothing like a string of bad news about your chief rival to brighten up the day. Lyft, the San-Francisco-based ride-sharing company is now positioning itself as the ethical alternative to Uber’s bad-boy reputation and seems to be winning. It moved up in this year’s Disruptor list to No. 2 (from No. 27 last year) […]

There’s nothing like a string of bad news about your chief rival to brighten up the day. Lyft, the San-Francisco-based ride-sharing company is now positioning itself as the ethical alternative to Uber’s bad-boy reputation and seems to be winning. It moved up in this year’s Disruptor list to No. 2 (from No. 27 last year) and outranks No. 19 Uber.

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