: Lyft to end direct car rentals, will lay off 60 workers


Lyft Inc. said Wednesday that it is discontinuing its direct car-rental business and is laying off about 60 people as a result.

A Lyft LYFT spokeswoman confirmed a reorganization involving the move, which was first reported by The Wall Street Journal. She said the company, which launched a car-rental business in late 2019, will continue to enable third-party car rentals and that no other departments are affected.


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