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Here's how much Lance Armstrong made on his early Uber investment

The Age Saturday, 8 December 2018
Here's how much Lance Armstrong made on his early Uber investmentThe 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,...

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