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The transportation and delivery company will invest more than $75 million in its new U.S. General and Administrative Hub in Dallas, TX.


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The transportation and delivery company will invest more than $75 million in its new U.S. General and Administrative Hub in Dallas, TX.

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Uber To Create 3,000 Jobs In Texas

The transportation and delivery company will invest more than $75 million in its new U.S. General and Administrative Hub in Dallas, TX.

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Uber To Add Advanced Technologies Center In Pittsburgh

The San Francisco-based ride-sharing company will establish an additional ATC research facility which will be used for testing self-driving cars.

Uber For Trucking: A New Era Of Freight Movement And Logistics

Mobile-based freight brokering for trucking can reduce empty miles travelled, lower operating costs, and improve asset utilization and productivity, finds Frost & Sullivan.

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Uber gets a reality check from the California Labor Commission.

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