Forget Ride Hailing. Uber Wants To Be Your One-Stop Shop For Everything

Uber acquired Drizly, an alcohol e-commerce platform, for $1.1 billion in cash and stock last week. It’s just the latest brand Uber has added to its portfolio as the company seeks to satisfy consumer appetites. Thiago Prudêncio/Thiago Prudêncio/Getty Images

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Updated 5:10 PM ET

Uber is no longer synonymous with ride-hailing. These days, it has more to offer.

Want groceries delivered? Uber acquired a majority stake in Cornershop, its answer to Instacart, in 2019. Craving restaurant food? Uber Eats has you covered after snatching up Postmates in 2020. Now, the company can bring a six-pack of beer to

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