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Lyft Ranked #1 in LinkedIn 2018 Top StartUps list

Discussion in 'News' started by Fozzie, Sep 13, 2018 at 11:12 AM.

  1. Fozzie

    Fozzie Well-Known Member

    Location:
    80209
    Driving:
    UberX
    Just saw this posted on Lyft Twitter. I'm not sure how the hell they qualify as a startup (in business 6 years) with a horrible annual turnover rate, unprofitable, and treating drivers like ****. Thoughts?

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  2. emdeplam

    emdeplam Well-Known Member

    Location:
    Lagos Nigeria
    Start up = pre IPO
    LinkedIn is rating EMPLOYERS not business associates
    but I agree Uber is better
     
  3. Stevie The magic Unicorn

    Stevie The magic Unicorn Well-Known Member

    Location:
    North of Disney, West of Orlando
    Driving:
    Taxi
    Nahh... neither is better..

    Both companies stick it to the drivers without enough "engine" lube.
     
  4. Fuzzyelvis

    Fuzzyelvis Well-Known Member

    Location:
    houston
    Driving:
    UberX
    LinkedIn is a joke.
     
  5. heynow321

    heynow321 Well-Known Member

    this is the correct answer.
     
  6. uberdriverfornow

    uberdriverfornow Well-Known Member

    Location:
    no
    What exactly are they basing that on ?
     
  7. mbd

    mbd Active Member

    Location:
    Dallas
    It means growth % over the last few years. 2016 to 2017- it was almost 100%
    Growth.
     
  8. FormerTaxiDriver♧

    FormerTaxiDriver♧ Well-Known Member

    Location:
    Tennessee
    Driving:
    Lyft
    A Guide on 5 Common LinkedIn Scams

    The fact that scammers haunt social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter is not surprising—at the heart of those platforms lies the drive to broaden one’s horizons.

    Those opportunities to learn more about the world, to find out what you love, and to engage with distant followers are certainly exciting despite the risk of connecting with new people who might be more foe than friend. Such is the dynamic nature of those platforms.

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    SCAM #4: DATING/ROMANCE SCAMS
    SCAM #5: SPEAR-PHISHING OR “WHALING” PLOYS



    https://www.tripwire.com/state-of-security/security-awareness/a-guide-on-5-common-linkedin-scams/


     

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