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Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick has reportedly raised $400 million from Saudi Arabia for a new startup. Here’s how he spends his $3.2 billion fortune, from a $36.4 million penthouse to a year-long trip around the world. (UBER)

Business Insider Friday, 8 November 2019
Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick has reportedly raised $400 million from Saudi Arabia for a new startup. Here’s how he spends his $3.2 billion fortune, from a $36.4 million penthouse to a year-long trip around the world. (UBER)· Travis Kalanick, Uber's ousted founder, will soon be in direct competition with his previous company after raising $400 million from Saudi Arabia for his new food-delivery startup, according to The Wall Street Journal.
· Travis Kalanick's net worth is $3.2 billion, according to Forbes.
· Kalanick keeps his personal life...
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