By Walt Hickey Uber Rideshare and delivery company Uber reported that in the second quarter of the year their gross bookings for human transportation dropped 73 percent, but their food and goods delivery business grew 113 percent. This is largely because of a massive, unexpected event that made a business that delivers things people need an incredibly valuable and important line of work to be in. What’s weird, though, is that Uber lost a truly incredible amount of money doing this business: the company puts a
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