Uber Board Considers 3 Investment Offers to Buy Company’s Shares – The New York Times

Over the last week, the privately held company’s board voted to take the next step on investment interest from SoftBank, the Japanese conglomerate. It is still considering an offer from a consortium led by Shervin Pishevar, an early investor in the company, to buy Uber shares from an existing investor. The board also earlier voted to go forward with a proposal from a coalition led by the Dragoneer Investment Group to buy stock from Uber’s existing shareholders.

Source: Uber Board Considers 3 Investment Offers to Buy Company’s Shares – The New York Times

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