As Uber Eyes I.P.O., Its Losses are Slowing. But They’re Still Big.

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2018.02.14. 01:25
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On the heels of settling a trade secrets lawsuit with Waymo, the ride-hailing service said it has topped $11 billion in quarterly revenue.



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