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Uber To Layoff More Than 3,000

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Uber To Layoff More Than 3,000

Uber To Layoff More Than 3,000

On Monday, Uber Technologies reported it would cut about 3,000 jobs.

According to Reuters those cuts are being added to the 3,700 lay offs it had announced earlier this month.

The company said it plans to reduce investments in several non-core projects.

Uber said is also in talks with GrubHub Inc to reinforce its food delivery business.

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