It is also under investigation for alleged inappropriate means used to obtain a rape victim's (the Delhi rape case by an Uber driver in 2014) medical records, the IPO filing showed.
The company posted a profit of $997 million previous year, but that doesn't mean its ride-hailing service suddenly started to make money - far from it.
Using cash for payments has also made the process of collecting service fees from drivers complicated and has led to partial payments, which may continue, Uber noted.
Uber had not revealed the recent user numbers before, and the figure shows the scale of the business.
Uber Technologies Inc. and its bankers will hit the road this month with one big name on their lips as they try to entice investors with favorable comparisons to businesses that it seeks to imitate or surpass.
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The last thing Uber Technologies wants is to "do a Lyft" when it IPOs in May.
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Uber said it plans to give bonuses to qualified drivers and is setting aside an undisclosed portion of its stock for drivers to buy.
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Uber in 2018 had $11.3 billion revenue, up around 42 percent over 2017, but below the 106 percent growth the prior year. "That's a sign that will be looked on favorably in the next few weeks".
Lyft conquer Uber into the stock market a month with an IPO that raised $2.3 billion, but its shares have been backsliding after an early run-up. Lyft's stock now is hovering around $61, down from its IPO price of $72.
It's hard to what, if any, change Uber's IPO will have on riders. That's below earlier estimates of $120 billion.
The company is on track to price its IPO and begin trading on the New York Stock Exchange in early May. And it's likely to be the largest among US tech companies since Facebook took its bow on Wall Street seven years ago at a time when most people hadn't ever considered using an app on their smartphone to summon a ride from strangers driving their own cars.
Uber launched a black vehicle service in which clients are able to hail professional motorists with a couple of taps on a smartphone, as UberCab in 2009. It shortened its title in 2010 to Uber, distancing itself in the taxicab industry, which has been criticized the company for facing regulation compared to the cab industry.
The business operates in 65 countries and has finished 10 billion excursions worldwide.
The per-share amounts will ascertain Uber's market worth.
Uber highlighted Seattle's landmark law that allows drivers to unionize as an example of legislation that could force the company to "modify our business model in those jurisdictions as a result".
But Uber faces challenges that Lyft doesn't because of a series of revelations that sullied its reputation. The setbacks have contained allegations and uncontrolled inner sexual harassment it destroys automobile technology.
Travis Kalanick, the CEO who stepped in 2017 under stress from the board, is one of Uber shareholders, owning almost 9 percent of the firm's stock. Now it will be up to the successor, Khosrowshahi of Kalanick, to convince investors who Uber has cleaned up its act and values that a market value greater than Ford Motor and General Motors combined.