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Uber's co-founder Travis Kalanick picks up $36M Soho penthouse with heated rooftop pool - 6Sqft (blog)

Travis Kalanick, the co-founder of Uber who was forced to resign last year after failing to report sexual harassment allegations at the company, has purchased a Soho penthouse for $36.4 million. According to the Wall Street Journal, Kalanick now owns a ...

Uber co-founder Travis Kalanick buys $40M penthouse at Renzo Piano's NYC condo - Curbed NY

In August, the penthouse atop Renzo Piano's 565 Broome Soho, which listed in April for $40.5 million, entered into contract and now, the buyer of the ultra-luxe abode has been revealed. Citing “people familiar with the deal,” the Wall Street Journal ...

Plenty of room for parking! Disgraced Uber co-founder Travis Kalanick splashes $37MILLION on glitzy Manhattan ... - Daily Mail

Travis Kalanick just purchased a posh New York City penthouse for $36.4million; The luxury 6,655 square-ft SoHo apartment is located at 565 Broome Street; The building is currently under construction, and is expected to be completed by the end of the ...

Ex-Uber CEO Travis Kalanick just bought a $37M Soho penthouse - The Real Deal Magazine

Kalanick announced less than a year ago that he was forming a new venture fund called 10100 to invest in e-commerce, real estate and companies in China and India. Kalanick backed the fund with his own money after selling about 30 percent of his stake ...

Uber Co-Founder Travis Kalanick Buys Manhattan Penthouse for $36 Million - Wall Street Journal

Travis Kalanick, co-founder of ride-hailing giant Uber who was pushed out as chief executive by investors last year, has inked a deal to buy a glamorous New York City penthouse for about $36.4 million, according to people familiar with the deal. The ...

How to tackle the PR challenge facing Uber's Travis Kalanick - City A.M.

But while Kalanick's personal brand remains tethered to Uber, he doesn't benefit from its consumer halo. He's cast as the villain in the Uber story, exerting unwelcome influence on the board despite being ousted as CEO. A PR albatross that few incoming ...

Senior Executive That Was Too Toxic For Travis Kalanick's Uber Finds A New Home At A Hedge Fund - Dealbreaker

You can imagine, then, how difficult it has been for Uber's former Head of Business, Emil Michael. Despite being an instrumental dealmaker for Travis Kalanick and playing a key role in turning Uber into something that people somehow valued at $7o ...

“Uber Sees Itself as the Next Potential Amazon”—But Others See It as the Next Yahoo - Vanity Fair

More than a year after his ouster as C.E.O., Uber still very much retains the character of Travis Kalanick—ubiquitous and brilliant, undoubtedly, but also scattered, petulant, immature, and vulnerable to its own hypercompetitive ambition. I have been ...

The Biggest Winners In An Uber IPO - Investopedia

Softbank's investments effectively halted a lawsuit filed by Benchmark Capital, Uber's second-largest investor, against the company's co-founder and CEO Travis Kalanick. The fund has also invested in a number of other ride-sharing companies around the ...

Is Uber Really a $120 Billion Company? - Vanity Fair

In 2016, Travis Kalanick told Uber investors in no uncertain terms that they would have to wait to cash in. “I say we are going to I.P.O. as late as humanly possible,” he said. “It'll be one day before my employees and significant others come to my ...

Is Uber Really Worth More Than GM, Ford and Fiat Combined? - TheStreet.com

Not that long ago, Uber seemed like a slam-dunk for the public markets as it racked up private funding left and right. But then the company became mired in controversy as more and more questionable business tactics, ethics and workplace environment ...

Uber Eyes $120 Billion IPO in 2019 - Inc.com

Since former CEO Travis Kalanick founded the company in 2009, Uber has raised more than $22 billion in venture capital. Nearly half of that money--a little over $9 billion--was poured into the company after Kalanick's departure last year. That money ...

Uber's secret weapon is its team of economists - Quartz

The Uber that Hall joined in February 2014 was a luxury town car service. There was no UberPool, no UberEats, no trucking or driverless cars. Uber co-founder and then-chief executive Travis Kalanick was at his bro-iest, peppering interviews with slang ...

“Is Uber Still Secretly a Bad Company with a New, Nicer CEO?”: Dara Khosrowshahi's Biggest Challenge at Uber May ... - Vanity Fair

“Why didn't Uber fire Cameron Poetzscher”—an Uber executive who was disciplined, but not removed, after a sexual-misconduct probe—“isn't that just as bad as something Travis would have done when he was running Uber?,” another vented. (The company ...

“Travis Was Very Supportive”: Dara Khosrowshahi Buries the Hatchet and Sticks to His Script - Vanity Fair

When Dara Khosrowshahi was tapped to clean up Travis Kalanick's messes at Uber, he was hardly a household name. For over a dozen years he served as chief executive at Expedia, quietly turning the travel technology platform into a nearly $20 billion ...

Uber's Dara Khosrowshahi thinks he has controlled his famously fractious board of directors - Recode

One of Khosrowshahi's first accomplishments was a grand-bargain deal that restructured the company's governance and disempowered some early power players like former CEO Travis Kalanick and Benchmark (who were in the middle of a lawsuit).

Top tech industry execs named to a Saudi advisory board amid controversy over reportedly murdered journalist - Business Insider

More than a dozen high profile tech executives, including famous venture capital investors Marc Andreessen and former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick are part of a newly announced advisory panel for a $500 billion Saudi mega-city project. The panel was ...

A moving essay on a friend's death exposes the limits of Uber's new empathy - Quartz

There was much to celebrate. In the past year, he has dramatically altered Uber's public image and company culture, cleaning up the toxic mess that was the ride-sharing firm under the famously aggressive Travis Kalanick. In comparison, Khosrowshahi has ...

Company culture, customer safety top priorities: Uber CEO - Livemint

San Francisco: Fixing corporate culture and ensuring customer safety are top priorities for Uber, said Dara Khosrowshahi, who joined the San Francisco-based ride-hailing company as chief executive just over a year ago. “As I think about my second year, ...

'Made our share of mistakes': What Uber's CEO is doing to change the startup's toxic culture for women - The Sydney Morning Herald

Mr Khosrowshahi was chief executive at travel business Expedia when he was recruited for Uber's top job after Uber's founder Travis Kalanick was asked to step down by investors. "You are a saviour CEO you have come in to save this company and you are," ...

Travis Cordell Kalanick is an American entrepreneur. He is the co-founder of the peer-to-peer file sharing company Red Swoosh and the transportation network company Uber.

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Kalanick in October 2014
Born Travis Cordell Kalanick
(1976-08-06) August 6, 1976 (age 40)
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Residence San Francisco, California, U.S.
Alma mater University of California, Los Angeles
Occupation Entrepreneur
Known for Founder & CEO of Uber
Net worth Increase US$6.2 billion (August 2015)

Travis Cordell Kalanick (born August 6, 1976) is an American entrepreneur. He is the co-founder of the peer-to-peer file sharing company Red Swoosh and the transportation network company Uber.

In 2014, he entered the Forbes list of the 400 richest Americans at position 290, with an estimated net worth of $6 billion.