According to foreign media reports, a year ago, Uber’s business model could be classified as “all the way principle” – a strategy to generate revenue from various forms of transportation, including taxi, micro mobility, logistics, parcels and takeout. However, the new crown pandemic has overturned this business strategy, prompting Uber to divest its shared micro mobile business jump, increase distribution efforts through the acquisition of postmate, and sell part of its growing but still unprofitable logistics unit, Uber freight. < / P > < p > an investment group led by greenbrian equity group, a New York based investment firm, has committed to invest $500 million in Uber freight to secure a series a preferred equity financing, Uber said on Friday. The deal valued the sector at $3.3 billion. Greenbrian managing partners Michael Weiss and Jill rake will join Uber freight’s board of directors. Uber, however, did not disclose the names of other investors. < p > < p > Uber said it would retain a majority stake in Uber freight and use the money to continue to expand its logistics platform, which helps truck drivers connect with freight companies. According to Lior Ron, CEO of Uber freight, Greenbriar’s investment has opened the next chapter for the company. “We’re very proud of what we’ve achieved in just a few years,” Ron said in a statement. “We’re leading the industry with technology, adapting outdated and simulated processes to ensure that shippers and carriers have the ability to succeed in rapidly changing industries.” In addition, he said Greenbriar was a partner with deep expertise and a common passion for logistics simplification. It is said that “gta5” will be launched on Google cloud game platform stadia

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