Uber has sold a 50% stake in a newly created Super App unit of its Careem middle Eastern ride-sharing unit to e&, a United Arab Emirates-based tech investment group for $400 million. The new unit will take over Careem’s food and grocery delivery as well as fintech services, while Uber retains full ownership of the company’s ride-hailing business. In carving off the unit and giving control...
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The Lessons From MasterClass
Paris here. Yesterday, we published a story about MasterClass’ post-pandemic woes. MasterClass, like many startups, spent wildly when times were good, then got caught flatfooted when its pandemic-era gains didn’t continue. Its evolution says something about the position many creator economy darlings now find themselves in. For a while, it had seemed like MasterClass could be the poster...
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