The Alphabet unit has already divested part of its stake in publicly-listed Uber to SoftBank at a $48bn valuation but is considering selling the rest from next month.

GV, a corporate venturing subsidiary of internet and technology provider Google, is considering divesting its entire remaining stake in US-based, publicly-listed ride hailing service Uber, CEO David Krane told TechCrunch on Friday. Uber floated in an $8.1bn initial public offering in May this year after pricing its shares at $45.00 each, but its share price…

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