UBER - Uber Technologies, Inc.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
25.99
+3.17 (+13.89%)
At close: 4:02PM EDT

27.48 +1.49 (5.73%)
Pre-market: 6:28AM EDT

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Previous close22.82
Open24.13
Bid27.05 x 800
Ask27.48 x 1300
Day's range23.93 - 26.09
52-week range13.71 - 47.08
Volume34,426,531
Avg. volume39,581,301
Market cap44.893B
Beta (5Y monthly)N/A
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-6.81
Earnings date27-May-2020 - 31-May-2020
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est40.94
  • Uber’s Green Competitor That’s Taking The World By Storm
    Oilprice.com

    Uber’s Green Competitor That’s Taking The World By Storm

    The pressure is growing across the globe to go green, and one ambitious ride-sharing service has risen up to the challenge in a big way

  • Uber connects out-of-work U.S. ride-hail drivers to delivery, production jobs
    Reuters

    Uber connects out-of-work U.S. ride-hail drivers to delivery, production jobs

    Beginning on Monday, drivers can find job listings of other companies in a new section of their app, Uber said in a blog post. Uber also said it would reach out to the more than 240,000 of its registered drivers holding commercial licenses to connect them to logistics companies for employment and contract opportunities. Uber Chief Executive Officer Dara Khosrowshahi said in a statement the company will keep expanding economic opportunities in coming months by using technology to create fast and flexible access to work.

  • Financial Times

    Uber starts listing other jobs for its drivers

    Uber has started listing regular job openings at other companies in its app, including at 7-Eleven, Amazon and McDonald’s, as it tries to help drivers who have suffered a sharp drop in demand. The company also said its more than 240,000 drivers who hold a commercial license would be paired with logistics companies, such as those who offer long-haul freight, for other employment opportunities. From Monday, US-based users of the Uber Driver app will see a new Work Hub section listing other ways of making money.

  • Financial Times

    Saudi Arabia’s PIF takes 8.2% stake in cruise operator Carnival 

    Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund has built an 8.2 per cent stake in struggling cruise operator Carnival, marking the Gulf fund’s latest high-profile direct investment after previous bets on companies such as Tesla and Uber. The PIF’s position amounts to a $430m stake based on the US-traded company’s share price, which rose 23 per cent on Monday, but is still down by almost 80 per cent this year. The PIF, which is used by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to advance and diversify Saudi Arabia’s economic interests, revealed that it owned 43.5m shares in a regulatory filing signed by its head, Yasir al-Rumayyan, who is a close ally of the prince.

  • 'I feel lost': America's freelancers left without income amid coronavirus financial crisis
    Yahoo Finance

    'I feel lost': America's freelancers left without income amid coronavirus financial crisis

    The novel coronavirus has capsized the lives of freelancers and self-employed workers who are trying to find financial stability.

  • Are Options Traders Betting on a Big Move in Uber Stock?
    Zacks

    Are Options Traders Betting on a Big Move in Uber Stock?

    Investors need to pay close attention to Uber stock based on the movements in the options market lately.

  • Uber to start shipping car disinfectants to drivers
    Reuters

    Uber to start shipping car disinfectants to drivers

    Uber senior vice president of global rides and platform operations, Andrew Macdonald, said on Twitter that the company had received an initial batch of 30,000 bottles of cleaning spray by Atlanta-based company Zep Inc. Previously, Uber said suppliers had prioritized orders for healthcare, with its own orders being moved down the queue several times. Lyft Inc last week said it had distributed many supplies to drivers while its hubs were still open and was working a way to distribute them now, but declined to provide additional details.

  • Sen. Warren calls on food delivery apps to reclassify workers, increase pay during pandemic
    Yahoo Finance

    Sen. Warren calls on food delivery apps to reclassify workers, increase pay during pandemic

    Sen. Elizabeth Warren is urging the CEOs of Uber, DoorDash, Grubhub and Instacart to reclassify their workers as employees -- and pay them more during the coronavirus pandemic.

  • Coronavirus pandemic will be a problem for the auto industry for a while: former Ford CEO
    Yahoo Finance

    Coronavirus pandemic will be a problem for the auto industry for a while: former Ford CEO

    The auto industry is reeling amid the coronavirus. TPG Global senior advisors and former Ford CEO Mark Fields chats with Yahoo Finance.

  • The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: UBER, ZM, MSFT, STZ and CGC
    Zacks

    The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: UBER, ZM, MSFT, STZ and CGC

    The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: UBER, ZM, MSFT, STZ and CGC

  • Meal delivery firms branch out into groceries during crisis
    Reuters

    Meal delivery firms branch out into groceries during crisis

    Uber Eats and Delivery Hero are expanding from providing restaurant meals into supplying groceries to customers stuck at home during lockdowns triggered by the coronavirus crisis. Uber Eats said on Wednesday it is teaming up with French supermarket group Carrefour for a new delivery service aimed at helping Parisians buy essential goods and food, and also has similar plans in Spain and Brazil. Berlin-based online marketplace Delivery Hero has also made changes to its operations spanning more than 40 countries to help get groceries to customers.

  • Financial Times

    Uber Eats accelerates push into grocery deliveries

    Uber’s Eats unit is accelerating its push into grocery delivery, striking new alliances with retailers including French supermarket Carrefour, as it looks to offset the decline in its ride-hailing business because of the coronavirus lockdown. The San Francisco-based company is this week launching rapid deliveries of food, toiletries and cleaning products in a wide range of locations around the world, from Brazil to France. Traditional supermarket delivery services have become overwhelmed in recent weeks by panic buying, forcing customers to schedule orders several weeks in advance.

  • How ride-sharing app Via is pivoting its business model in the age of coronavirus
    Yahoo Finance

    How ride-sharing app Via is pivoting its business model in the age of coronavirus

    Ride-hailing companies like Uber (UBER) and Lyft (LYFT) and Via are seeing steep declines in ridership as populations around the world stay home to contain the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19.

  • Delivery demand amid coronavirus prompts workers to walk out, disrupting operations
    Yahoo Finance

    Delivery demand amid coronavirus prompts workers to walk out, disrupting operations

    As grocery outlets and retailers across the country ramp up employment to keep up with demand during the coronavirus outbreak, they’re also facing growing backlash from workers who say their lives are being put at risk. 

  • Life for investors will look vastly different after the coronavirus pandemic
    Yahoo Finance

    Life for investors will look vastly different after the coronavirus pandemic

    The markets will have to deal with the aftershocks of the coronavirus pandemic for years to come.

  • New services pop up to meet demand as telehealth market booms
    Yahoo Finance

    New services pop up to meet demand as telehealth market booms

    The use of video conferencing services like Zoom and Skype has seen a boom as of late as more look for easier ways to work and communicate remotely. Linguistics tech company Jeenie is looking to offer that same solution for those needing interpretation services.

  • Financial Times

    Fifty years of US policy come home to roost

    In New York City, there are not too many words a parent of a teenage boy fears more than, “No basketball”. The federal government will end up shouldering the cost of unemployment insurance for these contract labourers, because companies such as Uber have successfully avoided having to admit that they are, indeed, real employees who should receive real benefits during normal times.

  • Financial Times

    Why food delivery apps are struggling even under UK lockdown

    A nationwide lockdown, government warnings to avoid supermarkets, and overloaded online grocery services sounded like perfect ingredients for a boom in restaurant delivery apps such as Uber Eats, Just Eat and Deliveroo. The hit to online revenues is a further blow to Britain’s struggling restaurant sector and will put extra pressure on Deliveroo in particular.

  • Financial Times

    Gig workers handed lifeline by White House stimulus plan

    Washington has answered the increasingly desperate pleas of gig economy executives by agreeing to include hard-up workers among the beneficiaries of the $2tn stimulus bill passed by the Senate on Wednesday. If, as expected, the bill is passed by the House of Representatives on Friday, and signed into law by US President Donald Trump, it will mean rideshare drivers, as well as Airbnb hosts, stand to receive unemployment compensation for the first time. “It is getting more and more difficult for Uber and other gig companies to continue the farce that their workers are not employees,” said Shannon Liss-Riordan, a prominent employment rights lawyer.

  • The Hottest Startup Of 2020 Is Cleaning Up Your Commute
    Oilprice.com

    The Hottest Startup Of 2020 Is Cleaning Up Your Commute

    Uber and Lyft may have paved the way for ride-sharing applications, but one small Canadian company is looking to take your commute to the next level

  • How delivery services like Uber Eats could keep the 'most exposed' small businesses afloat
    Yahoo Finance

    How delivery services like Uber Eats could keep the 'most exposed' small businesses afloat

    Uber Eats is seeing a surge in restaurants sign-ups amid lockdowns across cities and states in the U.S.

  • Coronavirus exposes U.S. Uber, Lyft drivers' lack of safety net
    Reuters

    Coronavirus exposes U.S. Uber, Lyft drivers' lack of safety net

    Many Uber and Lyft drivers depend on the companies, but under U.S. labor law they do not have the protections granted to regular employees. Under pressure to ease the plight of its roughly 1.3 million U.S. drivers and food delivery workers, Uber has seized on the crisis to advance its campaign for a larger overhaul of U.S. employment law to permit it to offer more benefits while maintaining workers' contractor status, changes it has requested from state and federal lawmakers for several years. Uber Chief Executive Dara Khosrowshahi on Monday urged U.S. legislators to use the current crisis as an opportunity to implement changes to existing employment law by creating what the company calls a "third way" in between employment and contractor status.

  • GlobeNewswire

    Fort Ross Ventures Closes Oversubscribed Second Fund 

    MENLO PARK, Calif. and TEL AVIV, Israel , March 25, 2020 -- via NetworkWire – Fort Ross Ventures, a venture-capital firm focused on startups in the U.S., Israel, and Eastern.

  • Carrefour, Uber Eats team up to deliver essentials
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    Carrefour, Uber Eats team up to deliver essentials

    Only a few weeks ago French supermarkets were packed with shoppers stocking up. Shelves were stripped bare. But now France is on lockdown and access to stores is restricted. That leaves many people struggling to fill their store cupboards. Especially those strictly self-isolating with coronavirus symptoms. Now Europe's biggest retailer is trying to help. Carrefour is teaming up with Uber Eats to deliver essentials in the French capital from April 6. Users will choose a store and place orders by phone. They should then get their delivery within half an hour. Uber Eats will waive all fees until the end of the month. It's hoped the service will later roll out nationwide. Other delivery companies are making efforts too. In France Deliveroo is supplying staples from some Franprix stores. In the UK it's delivering essentials to those self-isolating. And it's teamed up with smaller Marks & Spencer's stores located in petrol stations. After years of criticism over working conditions, delivery firms perhaps relish the chance for some better PR.