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Lyft Inc. LYFT, +2.17% said late Monday that it is making leadership changes in its rideshare and engineering division. In a Securities and Exchange Commission filing, Lyft said that its vice president of rideshare and engineering, Eisar Lipkovitz, was stepping down from that position and would keep serving as vice president of revenue and marketing operations through May 31. Lipkovitz will serve as a consultant until Nov. 20, Lyft said. The company said that Ashwin Raj, vice president of payments and customer platform, will “assume the majority” of Lipkovitz’s responsibilities with the title of “interim” head of rideshare.

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