After closing its money-losingbusiness in September, on-demand car service Uber appears to have found a buyer.
According to The Wall Street Journal, startup Fair.com, which offers open-ended leases for used cars -- excuse me, make that "pre-owned" -- through dealer partners, will buy the business for an undisclosed amount. Uber will also take an equity stake in Fair, as well as offer access to Fair via its app, according to the report.
The reported sale comes amid big changes at Uber, which experienced a tumultuous 2017. Co-founder and CEO Travis Kalanickin June and eventually replaced by Dara Khosrowshahi, formerly CEO of travel site Expedia, . Khosrowshahi has been working to make nice with regulators, drivers and passengers, while dealing with a over Uber allegedly stealing self-driving car technology. On top of that, he's also had to struggle with a that affected 57 million people.
Both Uber and Fair.com declined to comment.