Listen: Lyft raises IPO price target as investor fret over missing out
"Lift of San Francisco is raising the price target for the IPO lift is now seeking seventy two seventy two dollars per share up from its preview. Goal of sixty two to sixty eight dollars the higher price. Target would imply that investors are clamoring to buy lift stock. Well, the proof will come today when the final IPO prices determined setting the stage for the stock to begin trading tomorrow morning and San Diego assemblywoman lorraina Gonzales says that under the conditions put forth by the California Supreme Court lift and Uber drivers should be considered employees codifies that decision. So that we can for once in California have some very clear rules and ensure that workers who are basically working as employees is get all the rights and benefits of an employee, and that would include minimum wage overtime workers comp paid sick days and the right to organize. She says the basic worker protections help"