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Uber founder Travis Kalanick has reportedly raised $400 million for his next act from Saudi Arabia. He'll be competing directly with his old company.

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Uber founder Travis Kalanick has reportedly raised $400 million for his next act from Saudi Arabia. He'll be competing directly with his old company.**

· *Uber's ousted founder Travis Kalanick quietly raised $400 million from Saudi Arabia for his food-delivery startup in January, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday. *
· *It's the first known investment by the kingdom since its murder of American journalist Jamal Khashoggi last year. *
· *Delivery-only...
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