Netflix, Uber, and Disney have some big expectations to live up to in their upcoming financial updates.
News & Analysis: Uber Technologies
The ridesharing leader has cut nearly 1,200 workers in recent months.
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The ridesharing giant is quickly spending the money it raised in its IPO, but profits are nowhere in sight.
The year started off great for the tech IPO market, but it has cooled considerably since then.
Jalopnik claims that Uber is employing tactics to make more money from drivers.
MKM Partners initiates coverage of the two ridesharing companies with ho-hum ratings. It's all about timing.
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BlackBerry recorded a steep decline based on quarterly results, while Uber and Lyft notably decelerated.
Re-classifying drivers as employees instead of independent contractors could cause a hit to these companies’ already-suffering stock prices.