Uber set for stock market debut, looks for new investors

While drivers protest for better rights, Uber aims to raise enough revenue to take them out of the cars altogether.

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    Uber's next stop is the stock market, where it hopes to pick up more investors willing to bet on a ride-hailing app that is hugely popular, but lacking in profits.

    The company expects to be valued at $80bn, which would make it one of the largest initial public offerings (IPOs) of all time.

    Al Jazeera's Kristen Saloomey reports from New York.


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