Uber seeks to raise about $ 9 billion in cash in its original public offering next month when it is expected to debut on the New York Stock Exchange under the "UBER" symbol.
Uber's IPO is fast Set set to make their best shareholders worth billions. Assuming that the $ 47 per share Uber, the midpoint of the designated area, SoftBank stands to make the most of the IPO. Based on its share in the accounts after IPO, the company will earn more than $ 10 billion in its offering. Even Uber's former CEO and co-founder Travis Kalanick stands for $ 5.3 billion in the listing, based on the same assumptions. His co-founder, Garrett Camp, stands to reach around $ 3.7 billion through the LLCs he manages, under these conditions.
Here is where every major shareholder will stand after the public offer, based on their share in the shares after IPO and assuming Uber rates
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