Uber released its long-awaited IPO prospectus. The company will list on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol "UBER."
The company has self-reported unaudited financials for several quarters — one of the few tech giants expected to debut this year to do so. That means the public S-1 serves less as the typical first look into financials and acts more as a contextualized official record.
The filing comes about two weeks after rival Lyft debuted on the public markets.
The two ride-hailing companies had been racing toward the public markets practically in tandem, though Uber's offering is likely to be significantly larger, and one of the largest offerings this year. The company was previously reported to be seeking a valuation of up to $120 billion.
Uber is expected to provide a price range for its shares later this month and go public in May.
Below are the highlights from Uber's filing.
Here's how Uber did in 2018:
Uber also disclosed its major shareholders in the filing.
Uber disclosed more details about its reward program for drivers who have significantly contributed to its growth.
Uber identified several risk factors that could adversely affect its business.