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Ahead of Friday’s open, Josh Brown doubled his stake in the ride-hailing company, which he first bought in the middle of December. As the Street turned away from high-flying tech names amid a number of disappointing IPOs, Uber was making “very good strides toward getting profitable,” Brown said. “You’re seeing a management team that’s balancing this idea of rapid growth, but growing responsibly,” he added. Shares of Uber jumped more than 9% on Friday, putting the stock on pace for its best day ever. âSteven