Uber workers told to ignore ‘pessimistic voices’ as shares slide

CEO defiant in email but downward spiral continues after stock market debut The chief executive of Uber has urged employees to ignore pessimistic voices after shares in the company slumped again on their second day of trading since Fridays disappointing trade tension between the US and China, Ubers stock market value fell below $63bn (49bn), just over half the $120bn that its investment bankers $UBER employees today: “There are many versions of our future that are highly profitable and valuable, and there are of course some that are less so. During times of negative market sentiment, the pessimistic voices get louder, and the optimistic voices pull back” China hit back at the US with further import tariffs in the latest …