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The protracted regulatory battle faced by Uber, and its competitors Lyft and Sidecar, is the stuff of good television.
California regulators have officially approved a set of guidelines that allow ridesharing services like Lyft, SideCar, and Uber to remain in business. This could create a powerful precedent for cities around the country.
Founders of popular ridesharing service Lyft discuss the competitive market and their vision for the company’s future.
In the face of hefty citations, Lyft, the mobile app that lets you order a moustache-adorned car to pick you up in a matter of minutes, is rallying the San Francisco’s tech scene to speak up in its defense.