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Uber is reportedly in talks to buy food delivery firm Postmates for $2.6 billion

Business Insider Tuesday, 30 June 2020 ()
Uber is reportedly in talks to buy food delivery firm Postmates for $2.6 billion· Uber is holding acquisition talks with food delivery startup Postmates, the New York Times reports.
· Earlier this year Uber was reported to be holding acquisition talks with Grubhub, but these reportedly fell through and in mid-June Grubhub announced it was merging with Just Eat.
· Postmates is smaller than Grubhub, and...
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The NY Times and Business Insider report that Uber is holding acquisition talks with food delivery startup Postmates. Earlier this year Uber was reported to be holding acquisition talks with Grubhub. But those talks reportedly fell through. In mid-June Grubhub announced it was merging with Just...

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