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Uber Technologies Inc. was once a poster child for Silicon Valley’s unchecked ambition. As recently as this year, the company was promising to usher in a self-driving revolution and popularize flying cars.

But Uber now says it is slashing 3,000 jobs, sidelining extraneous projects and shuttering dozens of offices after the spread of the coronavirus slammed its ride-hailing business.

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