Uber Technologies, Inc.

NYSE: UBER
$60.64
+$1.20 (+2.0%)
Closing price April 13, 2021
24/7 Wall St. looks at some big analyst calls that we have seen so far on Thursday, including Airbnb, Amazon, Fisker, Peloton, Uber and more.
Uber is taking a big step in terms of the benefits for some of its drivers after settling a court case in the United Kingdom.
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Uber is reportedly in discussions to sell its self-driving vehicle unit to Aurora Innovation, a well-funded startup based in San Francisco. Some creative financing may be in order.
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Uber reported its third-quarter financial results after the closing bell on Thursday.
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24/7 Wall St. has put together a preview of the most prominent earnings reports this week, including General Motors, T-Mobile and Uber.