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Uber is set to reveal how badly the coronavirus hurt its business in the 2nd quarter. Here's what to expect from its pivot to food delivery. (UBER)

Business Insider Thursday, 6 August 2020
Uber is set to reveal how badly the coronavirus hurt its business in the 2nd quarter. Here's what to expect from its pivot to food delivery. (UBER)· Uber will report its second-quarter earnings on Thursday afternoon. 
· The company saw its core ride-hailing business hobbled by the coronavirus pandemic in the spring and going into summer, and said a worst-case scenario for the year could see requests sink up to 80%. 
· To make up the difference, Uber has aggressively...
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News video: Uber rides plunge but food delivery doubles

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Homebound customers of Uber Technologies more than doubled their orders from the company's food-delivery service in the second quarter but demand for ride-hailing trips only marginally recovered from pandemic rock-bottom. Fred Katayama reports.

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