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Uber plans to enter long-haul trucking business

(Reuters) – With its recent acquisition of self-driving truck startup Otto, Uber is plotting its entry into the long-haul trucking business, aiming to establish itself as a freight hauler and a technology partner for the industry. Otto plans to expand its fleet of trucks from six to about 15 and is forging partnerships with independent […]
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