Uber Gets More Super As It Expands Into Germany

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Uber has announced that it is expanding into Germany, where “Secret Ubers” are now operating in Berlin. The on-demand car service company’s first passenger in that German capital was another startup founder, Alexander Ljung of Soundcloud. The company said that its Berlin cars are still in testing phase, and that “more Ubers are getting on the road every day.”

This is just the latest move in Uber’s efforts to live up to its name. Last month, Uber nailed down th...

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