The American taxi services Uber and Lyft, which both want to go to the fair this year, would work on programs that provide the most active and loyal drivers with the option to purchase shares, reports The Wall. Street Journal based on insiders.
Due to the delay due to the partial shutdown of US governmental measures, Uber and Lyft will probably make the step to the stock exchange in the second quarter of 2019.
Uber and Lyft both offer taxi services through an app operated by independent drivers. Uber, which was founded in 2009, offered its services in Europe for the first time in December 2012. Lyft is mainly active within America.