With Lyft going public, all eyes turn to Uber, which is expected to have its IPO on April. - Photo via Lyft.

With Lyft going public, all eyes turn to Uber, which is expected to have its IPO on April.

Photo via Lyft.

Lyft became the first ride-hailing startup to go public, with its initial public offering valuing the company at $24.3 billion, Reuters reports

Lyft's stock began trading on the Nasdaq under the ticker "LYFT" on March 29. Stock prices are between $70-$72 a share.

With Lyft going public, all eyes turn to Uber, which is expected to have its IPO on April.

Originally posted on Auto Rental News

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