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Uber Rival Gett Is Said to Mull Sale of Ride-Share Startup Juno

  • Move would mark a retreat from its global expansion plans
  • Gett investor VW turns attention to fund its own mobility unit
The Juno app.
The Juno app.Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg

Gett Inc., the ride-hailing app that competes with Uber Technologies Inc., is weighing an exit from the U.S., just over a year after spending $200 million to enter the market.

The Israeli tech company may sell Juno, the New York-based startup it bought in April 2017, people familiar with the deliberations said, who asked not to be named discussing private information. Juno represents the bulk of Gett’s U.S. operations.