Here's how much Lance Armstrong made on his early Uber investment
Saturday, 8 December 2018
The cyclist's prospects looked bleak when he admitted he had cheated at the Tour de France. An investment in a fund that bought into Uber became a lifeline.
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Lance Armstrong's early investment in Uber has paid off big time. Armstrong revealed to CNBC that in 2009, he made a $100,000 investment in Chris Sacca's venture capital firm, Lowercase Capital. His investment was then mostly spent on Uber, which at the time had a valuation of $3.7 million. Today,... Lance Armstrong Hit The Jackpot With An Early $100,000 Investment In Uber 00:38
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