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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.Travis Kalanick is worth $3.2 billion.Reuters

Travis Kalanick cofounded Uber in 2009. But, after a series of scandals and a workplace culture where discrimination and sexual harassment were the norm, Kalanick resigned as CEO in 2017. 

Though he's no longer leading the global ride-hailing company, Kalanick remains wealthy. He's worth $3.2 billion, according to Forbes.

On November 7, The Wall Street Journal reported he quietly raised $400 million for a food-delivery startup in January. The startup, CloudKitchens, would be in direct competition with Uber, where Kalanick is still a director.

Here's how he spends his fortune:

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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.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.

Travis Kalanick, Uber's ousted founder, will...

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.

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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.

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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 fairly under wraps, but he spends much of his fortune on real estate and travel. He has no clear ventures into philanthropy.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Travis Kalanick cofounded Uber in 2009. But, after a series of scandals and a workplace culture where discrimination and sexual harassment were the norm, Kalanick resigned as CEO in 2017.  Though he's no longer leading the global ride-hailing company, Kalanick remains wealthy. He's worth $3.2 billion, according to Forbes. On November 7, The Wall Street Journal reported he quietly raised $400 million for a food-delivery startup in January. The startup, CloudKitchens, would be in direct competition with Uber, where Kalanick is still a director. Here's how he spends his fortune:

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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.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.

Travis Kalanick, Uber's ousted founder, will...

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.

Rachel Premack,Taylor Borden

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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.

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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 fairly under wraps, but he spends much of his fortune on real estate and travel. He has no clear ventures into philanthropy.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Travis Kalanick cofounded Uber in 2009. But, after a series of scandals and a workplace culture where discrimination and sexual harassment were the norm, Kalanick resigned as CEO in 2017.  Though he's no longer leading the global ride-hailing company, Kalanick remains wealthy. He's worth $3.2 billion, according to Forbes. On November 7, The Wall Street Journal reported he quietly raised $400 million for a food-delivery startup in January. The startup, CloudKitchens, would be in direct competition with Uber, where Kalanick is still a director. Here's how he spends his fortune:

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