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Uber Reportedly in Talks to Acquire Postmates as Food Delivery Rises in Usage

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Uber Reportedly in Talks to Acquire Postmates as Food Delivery Rises in Usage

Uber Reportedly in Talks to Acquire Postmates as Food Delivery Rises in Usage

Uber is reportedly in talks to acquire Postmates in a potential multibillion dollar deal.

The news comes as the company also considers going public as food delivery services rise in popularity amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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