War of the Ride-Sharing Apps: Uber vs. Lyft

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The battle between Uber and Lyft is heating up, with both San Francisco-based ride-sharing apps accusing each other of underhanded tactics to poach drivers and nab more customers. Most recently, Lyft accused Uber employees of requesting thousands of Lyft rides and then canceling them. What does the rivalry mean for the region, and how does it affect the companies' current dispute with taxis?


Doug MacMillan, technology reporter for the Wall Street Journal

Dan Brekke, blogger and editor of KQED's News Fix blog