.... Its US rival Lyft had been gaining ground and Uber’s many fights with regulators and law enforcement agencies around the world would only become trickier as long as Kalanick remained in the driving seat. Second, it would have been impossible for Uber to pursue a stock market listing via an IPO
, or at least the supposed $68bn (£54bn) valuation would have been a fantasy. ...
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