Uber Just Settled Its Legal Battle With Waymo
Last year, Google's self-driving car spinoff Waymo accused ride-hailing company Uber of stealing trade secrets.
Uber has settled its legal dispute with Waymo over accusations of stealing trade secrets.
Google spinoff Waymo filed a lawsuit about a year ago alleging Uber had taken key self-driving car technology.
Uber will reportedly pay around $245 million as part of the settlement. The company's CEO said Uber doesn't believe it took trade secrets from Waymo but expressed regret for all the drama.
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