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The Numbers Uber Shows Investors

If you're curious about the details of Uber's finances, check out the table below.

It shows Uber’s financial statements for two quarters of 2016 and 2017, including revenue and the ride-hailing giant’s three main categories of costs. One is operating expenses, including marketing to attract riders and drivers. Another is cost of revenue, much of which is insurance related to car accident claims. And then there is payouts to drivers. Below is the breakdown.

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