SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son Quits Alibaba Board

TOKYO—SoftBank Group Corp. Chief Executive Masayoshi Son said he would step down as a director of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba

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Job Anxiety Spills Into Tech Sector

Nearly half of the technology workers at companies world-wide are worried about losing their jobs this year as employers downsize

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WSJ News Exclusive | Uber Cuts 3,000 More Jobs, Shuts 45 Offices in Coronavirus Crunch

Uber Technologies Inc. is cutting several thousand additional jobs, closing more than three dozen offices and re-evaluating big bets in

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WSJ News Exclusive | Uber Discusses Grubhub Takeover Valuing Food Deliverer at Roughly $6 Billion

Uber Technologies Inc. and Grubhub Inc. are discussing a takeover valuing Grubhub at roughly $6 billion, with big cost savings

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America Is Stuck at Home, but Food-Delivery Companies Still Struggle to Profit

The coronavirus pandemic handed food-delivery companies an unprecedented business opportunity: millions of Americans stuck at home, missing their favorite restaurants.

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Uber Technologies Makes Takeover Approach to Grubhub

Uber Technologies Inc. is seeking to acquire Grubhub Inc. in an all-stock deal that would unite two of the biggest

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Waymo Adds $750 Million to War Chest as Driverless Cars Prove Tough to Deploy

In the world of driverless cars, the big keep getting bigger. Waymo LLC has raised a further $750 million, pushing

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Uber Sees Path to Profitability After Blow From Coronavirus

Uber Technologies Inc. chief Dara Khosrowshahi mapped a revised path to profitability, after the coronavirus pandemic undermined ridership for the

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Uber Cuts 14% of Jobs During ‘Brutal’ Day as Pandemic Upends Sharing Economy

Uber Technologies Inc. is cutting about 14% of its workforce and looking for more ways to save money as its

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California Sues Uber, Lyft Saying They Misclassified Drivers as Independent Contractors

California sued Uber Technologies Inc. and Lyft Inc. for allegedly misclassifying their drivers as independent contractors instead of employees, a

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