Revenue from Eats reached $1.2 billion in the next quarter, twice a year before, the business reported Thursday. Meanwhile, Uber’s Rides business earnings plummeted 67%, to $790 million. Similarly, gross reservations for jelqing declined 73% over that period of time, while they climbed 113% for Eats.”Our delivery company alone is currently as large as our Rides company was when I joined the business in 2017,” said CEO Dara Khosrowshahi on a call to discuss the results. “We’ve essentially built a second Uber under three decades.”Total, Uber dropped $1.8 billion during the next quarter, adding to its long record of exorbitant losses.Contributing into the reduction proved almost $400 million in restructuring expenses. The business cut approximately 25% of its work force, or 6,700 workers, as it grappled with stress in the pandemic. Uber’s earnings decreased 29% in the next quarter, to $2.2 billion, in comparison to the identical period this past year. Last year, it lost a staggering $2.9 billion, posting earnings of $3.5 billion, a 14% rise in the year earlier.Uber, which began as a ride-hailing provider, has dabbled in different categories, such as meal deliveries using its Uber Eats service. However, these efforts have accelerated recently months.In July, Uber further dedicated to the group as it announced a deal to purchase on-demand shipping startup, and prior Eats rival, Postmates for $2.65 billion. The deal is anticipated to close in the first quarter of 2021.