Uber Technologies Inc

UBER

$53.07

+68.01% (1 year change)

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Market Cap

$89.3 Billion

The market capitalization is the market value of the company. It is the sum of the value of all outstanding shares.

Revenue

$3.13 Billion

Total revenue in the last quarter.

Net Income

-$1.09 Billion

Net income is all revenues minus all expenses including taxes and interest in the last quarter.

Earnings per Share

-$3.97

Earnings per share is the amount of net income that is attributed to each single share outstanding.

Dividends per Share

$0.00 (0.0%)

Dividends per share is the amount of dividends paid out to the shareholder of a single share in the last 12 months. The percentage indicates the ratio of the company's annual dividend compared to its current price per share (stock price).

Price-Earnings Ratio

-12.95x

The price-earnings ratio is the ratio between the price per share (stock price) and the earnings per share. It indicates the percentage of the price per share (stock price) that is generated in earnings in the last 12 months.

EBIT

$-1.12 Billion

Earnings before interest expenses and taxes in the last quarter.

Employees

26,900

The number of full time employees.

Revenue & Earnings

Balance Sheet

Uber Technologies Inc

Uber Technologies, Inc., commonly known as Uber, is an American company that offers vehicles for hire, food delivery , package delivery, couriers, freight transportation, and, through a partnership with Lime, electric bicycle and motorized scooter rental. The company is based in San Francisco and has operations in over 900 metropolitan areas worldwide. It is one of the largest providers in the gig economy and is also a pioneer in the development of self-driving cars. Uber is estimated to have over 110 million monthly active users worldwide. In the United States, Uber has a 67% market share for ride-sharing and a 24% market share for food delivery. Uber has been so prominent in the sharing economy that the changes in industries as a result of it have been referred to as uberisation, and many startups have described their products as "Uber for X".

News

After the Uber ruling, there's no excuse for government not to enforce workers' rights | Jason Moyers-Lee

After the Uber ruling, there's no excuse for government not to enforce workers' rights | Jason Moyers-Lee

For too long the Conservatives have left workplace protections to the whims of employers, with awful consequences In 2018, Ali submitted a claim against Uber for unpaid holidays. Originally from So...

The Guardian The Guardian, 14 days ago
UK’s top court rejects Uber appeal, says drivers are workers

UK’s top court rejects Uber appeal, says drivers are workers

The U.K. Supreme Court ruled Friday that Uber drivers should be classed as “workers” and not self employed, in a decision that threatens its business model and holds broader implications for the so...

ABC News ABC News, 15 days ago
'I can't keep doing this': gig workers say pay has fallen after California's Prop 22

'I can't keep doing this': gig workers say pay has fallen after California's Prop 22

Drivers say working conditions remain poor after voters approved measure exempting Uber and other apps from labor laws Weeks after Proposition 22 went into effect in California and exempted some ma...

The Guardian The Guardian, 16 days ago