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Aug 4 (Reuters) – Uber Technologies Inc on Wednesday reported widening losses even as trips and deliveries grew as driver incentives hit revenue at the ride-hail and food delivery company.
Uber posted an adjusted $509 million second-quarter loss before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization – a metric that excludes one-time costs, including stock-based compensation – widening losses by nearly $150 million from the first quarter.
Uber shares fell 6% in after-hours trading after closing the day down 2.2%.
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