Lyft accuses Uber of foul play

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Lyft, a San Francisco-based ride-sharing startup, says employees of rival Uber have ordered and backed out of more than 5,000 rides nationwide since October.

Lyft also announced it was re-introducing a 20 percent commission that it charges drivers.

Uber said Lyft’s claims are “baseless and simply untrue,” and that Lyft’s drivers and employees have canceled 12,900 Uber trips over an unspecified period.


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