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And a reply to Dara Khosrowshahi
For the company to achieve a consistent reduction in share count, big buybacks will have to be the norm
Dara Khosrowshahi became entitled to award after meeting targets set before ride-hailing group’s IPO
Plus money velocity
And more on bad buybacks
If growth is so good, why not reinvest?
Ride-hailing company seeks to please investors following renewed focus on profitability
Plus, a very large taxi company becomes profitable
You’re a full-time Uber driver with two kids and a mortgage Can you earn enough to pay the bills — and make more than other players?
Ride-hailing group’s chief celebrates an ‘inflection point’ this week but investors wonder if he can sustain momentum
Uber records first annual profit as market value approaches $150bn
The problem with equity investment valuations is that they fluctuate
Rides, deliveries and ads increase as company celebrates ‘inflection point’
Case studies in best practice among general counsel and company legal teams in North America
Trends in geopolitics force faster responses from legal teams
Ride-hailing company hopes to register enough cabbies to start a new option in the UK capital
Brussels starts negotiations on final text of legislation to improve conditions for workers
Vehicle financing start-up raises $76mn in equity and debt from investor group that includes BlackRock
Uber just made money. Is it really a profitable company now?
Uber finally turns a profit after more than $30bn of operating losses
HMRC assesses that ride-hailing company owed additional £386mn
Fitch downgrades US debt rating citing 'erosion of governance'
Ride-hailing company reaches long-awaited landmark after years of heavy spending
A danger for the ride-hailing business in the currently buoyant employment market is that drivers get other jobs
Ride-hailing apps in the kingdom are widely regarded as the region’s worst — in part because of state regulations