Uber's sky-high valuation and huge losses made sense in Silicon Valley, but not on Wall Street
Added 04-27-19 01:02:02pm EST - “This is Uber's central challenge as it moves from the cozy confines of the Bay Area, where venture capital and private equity firms fund futuristic projects, to the rigors of Wall Street populated by more risk averse mutual funds…” - Cnbc.com
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