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Uber CEO plays it safe in risk-loving Silicon Valley

SAN FRANCISCO - For nearly a year, Uber and Google parent Alphabet clashed over settling a lawsuit Alphabet filed against the ride-sharing company, according to two people familiar with the discussions. Uber chose to gamble for a victory in court rather than compromise, a choice that led to a high-stakes public trial last week. Negotiations went right up […]
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