Uber lost $543,478 per hour last quarter, Walmart launches alcohol pickup, and Under Armour plummets 18% on sneakers
Uber lost a shocking $1.2B last quarter, but now it’s hoping/planning to hit profitability in 2021 (same as Lyft). Under Armour is suffering from a sudden accounting investigation, but the real issue is with its core business, and its sneakers. And Walmart launched alcohol pickup (and some delivery) across 2,000 stores because it can’t beat Amazon on price.
Google gets a Fitbit, AIG’s anti-catastrophe quarter, and Quip flips the razor/razorblade model
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