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    Uber logo used until September 2018 An Uber ride in Bogotá, Colombia running the Uber app on his dashboard-mounted smartphone Yellow Uber car in MoscowUber Technologies Inc. (doing business as Uber) is a peer-to-peer ridesharing, taxi cab, food delivery, bicycle-sharing, and transportation network company (TNC) headquartered in San Francisco, California, with operations in 785 metropolitan areas worldwide. Its platforms can be accessed via its websites and mobile apps. Uber has been prominent in the sharing economy, so much so that the changes in industries as a result of it have been referred to as Uberisation. Uber has also been the subject of protests and legal actions, including a criminal investigation for its use, until March 2017, of Greyball software to avoid giving rides to regulators. The name "Uber" is a reference to the common (and somewhat colloquial) word ', meaning "topmost" or "super", and having its origins in the German word , cognate with over, meaning "above". Uber is estimated to have 100 million worldwide users and a 69% market share in the United States.

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