Eric Newcomer and Alex Barinka:

year, the ride-sharing company generated less revenue, lost more money, and added fewer customers than projected in February.
 Ride-sharing pioneer Lyft is heading back to the fundraising till, but its numbers may not look that rosy to investors. The company lost $127 million in the first half of 2015 on $46.7 million in revenue, according to private fundraising documents obtained by Bloomberg.