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Amazon's Deliveroo investment is a bad sign for Uber — shares of an Uber Eats rival are tanking

Business Insider Friday, 17 May 2019
Amazon's Deliveroo investment is a bad sign for Uber — shares of an Uber Eats rival are tanking**

· *Amazon has led a $575 million financing round into Deliveroo, one of Uber Eats' archrivals.*
· *Uber went public last week and saw its stock plunge 8% on its first day of trading.*
· **Uber Eats had much larger revenue than Deliveroo at last count, and nearly three times the number of restaurant partners.**
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