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Uber CEO Has Huge Potential Payout If He Can Convince Wall Street Uber Is Worth $120 Billion


Dara Khosrowshahi has a huge potential payout riding on Uber's IPO valuation hitting $120 billion and staying there for 90 consecutive days. Business Insider said Khosrowshahi will also get that payout for selling the company for $120 billion. A source tell us his incentive is worth $100 million or more.

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