- Terms of the deal haven’t been disclosed;
- Cornershop Mexico will continue to operate independently until the acquisition is completed.
Terms of the deal haven’t been disclosed, but when the acquisition was announced in October 2019 it was expected that Uber would pay $450 million for a 51% percent stake in Cornershop.
Although it had started to integrate Cornershop in July this year, Uber achieved the latest milestone to have full control over the Cornershop platform, since the approval was only pending in Mexico, where the teams had not been integrated so far.
According to Diario Financiero, Cornershop Mexico will continue to operate independently until the acquisition is completed, which is expected to happen in the next few days. After the closure of the deal, the Chilean app will continue to operate under its current leadership, reporting to a majority-represented board of Uber.
Cornershop also operates in Brazil, Peru, Colombia, Costa Rica, the United States and Canada.