On Tuesday (24th), Uber (UBER-US), a global ride-hailing platform, issued a statement saying that the company's co-founder and former CEO Travis Kalanick will step down as director from December 31 this year and has sold 2.5 billion in value.USDUber stock.
Uber said in a statement that Kalanick will focus on philanthropy and new ventures, saying Kalanick has sold about 2.5 billionUSDCompany stock. Uber has not revealed who will fill Kalanick's board seat, saying only that the company has a very strong candidate for directors and will propose it at an appropriate time.
In 2009, Kalanick co-founded Uber with Garrett Camp and took over as CEO in 2010. Under his leadership, Uber became a global ride-hailing giant, but also clashed with regulators around the world, and in a series of After the scandal broke, in June 2017, Kalanick was forced to resign as CEO under investor pressure, but still retained a board seat.
Regulatory documents show that since Uber went public in May, Kalanick has sold more than $ 2.5 billionUSDStock, Kalanick currently has only 177 million worthUSDAbout 58.83 million Uber shares, and since early November, Kalanick has systematically sold Uber shares.
As of 00:00 p.m. Taipei time, Uber's stock price rose 1.32% and was temporarily quoted at 30.74 per share USD.