Uber’s first employee and one of Travis Kalanick’s last allies has left the company’s board just 2 weeks after IPO (UBER)
|05/25/2019||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Ryan Graves, Uber employee number 1 and its former CEO, is leaving Uber’s board of directors, the company said in a filing Friday.
- It’s unclear why Graves is leaving the board. The company said in its filing that the departure is not related to any disagreements.
- Graves’ resignation comes just two weeks after Uber went public. Graves’ personal stake in the company is valued around $1.4 billion.
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Ryan Graves, Uber’s first-ever employee and its former CEO, has stepped down from the board of directors just two weeks after the ride-hailing company’s massive initial public offering.