That's not the only news swirling around the company. In a separate development, the city of Chicago has filed a lawsuit against Uber in connection with its failure to disclose a massive 2016 data breach that came to light last week, which Uber admitted to keeping under wraps for about a year. The states of Connecticut, Massachusetts, Missouri and New York have also said they would investigate Uber regarding the hacked information, according to Recode, which included names, email addresses, phone numbers and driver's license numbers.
The breach has also caught the attention of Congress. On Monday, US Senator Mark Warner of Virginia publicly issued a set of several detailed questions about the hack addressed to Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi.
For more on Uber—including its pending lawsuit with Waymo—check out our timeline of the ridehailing company's troubled year.