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MarketWatch rounds up 10 of its most interesting topics over the past week.

1. Lyft beats Uber to the market — now be careful

Lyft LYFT, +12.88% priced its initial offering at $72 a share, and late Friday morning the shares began trading at $87.24 — a 21% increase that was pared in later action. Lyft has beaten its rival Uber by completing its IPO first, but investors thinking about jumping in after the IPO need to think about whether the company will be able to follow in the path of other innovative companies offering cloud-based services.

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