When Uber said it is profitable, the company similarly left out equity grants to employees, along with interest and taxes. Its main ride-hailing rival in the U.S., Lyft, declined to elaborate on its "path to profitability" statement, leaving questions about how or when it will reach its destination. Airbnb also declined to provide details on an executive's profitability comments. TaskRabbit said "profitable profitable" means it will turn a net profit but declined to say whether specific costs such as equity grants and taxes were included. Postmates, the courier service, used a profitability calculation that doesn't include taxes.