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Amazon takes on Uber Eats with investment in UK's Deliveroo

CBS News Friday, 17 May 2019
Ecommerce giant positioning itself to challenge the rideshare company's food delivery service in Europe
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News video: Challenging Food Delivery Services, Amazon Makes Major Investment in Deliveroo

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Amazon has invested in a $575 million funding round for the London-based food delivery platform, Deliveroo, entering the e-commerce giant into a crowded market of competitors like Uber Eats, DoorDash, and Seamless.

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