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Uber Technologies Inc. drivers seeking to be treated as employees won a ruling that adds tens of thousands of them to the case and may put hundreds of millions of dollars more at stake.

A judge’s decision Wednesday that will likely let the vast majority of Uber’s 160,000 drivers in California join the case as it heads toward trial in June expands the company’s liability exponentially, legal experts said. A victory for the drivers threatens to upend the ride share company’s business model and cut into its more than $60 billion valuation.

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