UBER'S FORMER CEO TRAVIS KALANICK DUMPED HIS STOCK AGAIN — HIS NOVEMBER SELLING SPREE RACKED UP $1.5 BILLION

REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui Travis Kalanick is cashing in from the company he started. According to SEC filings, Uber's co-founder sold off $1.5 billion worth of the company's stock since the post-IPO lockup at the start of the November. He offloaded about half a billion dollars' worth in just three days. Kalanick still holds about 45 million shares of Uber still and is worth about $3.3 billion, according to Bloomberg.  Earlier this week...

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