Lyft and Uber are feeling their way into the corporate market. Lyft had a rebate program. That's done. Uber For Business had free and premium tiers. Now it's all premium. Both fast-growing ride-hailing companies are aligning with corporate travel management companies but so far mostly for referrals. It's clear these remain early days.

Lyft has deals in place with Flight Centre and Carlson Wagonlit Travel. A CWT spokesperson described the partnership, announced in November, as a "co-selling model." Lyft director of enterprise partnerships Amit Patel noted "late-stage discussions" with others. He wouldn't . . .

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