Most of the layoffs—about 85%—affect employees in the U.S., an internal memo said. Photo: erik s. lesser/epa/Shutterstock By Heather Somerville and Heather Somerville The Wall Street Journal Biography Mark Maurer Updated Sept. 10, 2019 4:48 pm ET

Uber Technologies Inc. cut 435 technical employees in the company’s latest downsizing as it faces market pressures to turn a profit and the possibility of higher driver pay.

The company laid off 170 employees

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