JPMorgan Says U.S. Employees Can Expense Uber Rides for WorkKatherine Chiglinsky
JPMorgan Chase & Co., the largest U.S. bank, said its staff in the country can expense rides with Uber Technologies Inc. cars for work.
“Allowing our employees to use Uber for business travel just makes sense,” Trish Wexler, a bank spokeswoman, said Tuesday in a statement. “It’s cost efficient for the company, and convenient for our employees.”
Morgan Stanley in November also said its workers could use Uber vehicles for company trips.
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