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After several quarters of slowing sales growth, Copart's top line turned around.
Pinterest management addressed user engagement, new tools for advertisers, and international sales.
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Uber is betting big on the fast-growing ridesharing market, but has its sights set on becoming a major transportation platform as well.
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The cloud software company continued to build its customer base and boost sales.
The self-driving subsidiary gets a funding boost in its race to launch a commercial autonomous ridesharing service.
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