Uber on Tuesday revised its financial outlook for the third quarter, with bookings and adjusted profit now expected to be better than first reported.
The San Francisco-headquartered firm said in an SEC filing that now expects to report between $22.8 billion and $23.2 billion in gross bookings for the current quarter, adjusted from the $22 billion to $24 billion it predicted on its second-quarter earnings call.
Gross bookings for the second quarter came in at $21.5 billion, with mobility accounting for $8.6 billion and food delivery accounting for $12.9 billion.
“They say that crisis breeds opportunity and that’s certainly been true of Uber during the last 18 months,” Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi said in the filing.
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