June 7, 2024

Ryan Graves, the first employee and former CEO of Uber, played a crucial role in the company’s early growth and success. Graves’ leadership helped Uber expand rapidly, becoming a global leader in ride-sharing. His wealth is largely tied to his early equity in Uber, making him one of the richest young entrepreneurs.

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