Uber’s new virtual restaurant venture pits it against former CEO Kalanick

Travis Kalanick. Photographer: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg

Uber Technologies Inc. is already delivering billions of dollars’ worth of food for local restaurants. Soon it could be taking over their kitchens, too. The ride-hailing giant is testing a program where it rents out fully equipped, commercial-grade kitchens to serve businesses selling food on delivery apps like Uber Eats.

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