The on-demand ride service is looking to file for what will potentially be one of the largest IPOs of all time next month, with a host of corporates set to score exits.

Uber, the US-based ride hailing service that has raised more than $13bn in financing from investors that include several corporates, plans to file for its initial public offering next month, Reuters reported yesterday. The company will file publicly for the flotation and kick off its IPO roadshow in the coming weeks, according to people familiar…

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