Uber has published its latest results, for Q4 2019. While growth in users and revenues is significant and continuing, net losses continued to grow, reaching $1.1 billion for the quarter. Overall, annual net losses amounted to $8.5 billion, which included non-controlling interests that Uber had gained in recent years; as well as stock-based compensation that ballooned in Q2 to $4.6 billion following the successful completion of the company's IPO in May. Significantly, user growth has slowed on the prior year even as costs appreciate.