Uber / Former CEO dumped close to $166 million of company stock.

Uber co-founder and former CEO Travis Kalanick dumped close to $166 million of company stock over the past three days,
continuing a selling streak that began in the first week of November.
The 43-year-old founder sold a little over 5.8 million shares between December 11th and December 13th, according to an SEC filing.

Uber's co-founder and former CEO Travis Kalanick continues to cash out his stake in the ride-hailing company, selling off close to $166 million worth of shares this week.
The ousted chief executive has sold off a little more than $2 billion worth of Uber stock since the company's post-IPO lockup period in early November,
an act that has rapidly liquidated his stake in the company.
Kalanick holds a little more than 21 million shares in the company as of December 13th, which is less than a quarter of his original stake in the company.

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