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Uber Founder Says Someone Tried To Burn Down New Office

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Uber Founder Says Someone Tried To Burn Down New Office

Uber Founder Says Someone Tried To Burn Down New Office

Travis Kalanick is the founder of Uber.

He was recently kicked out of the company.

Business Insider reports that Kalanick founded CloudKitchens, a delivery-only restaurant operation.

Kalanick says the company is the victim of arson.

On Twitter, the company said two fires were started.

They posted video evidence of the intruders.

The company is worth more than $7 billion.

It's funded from Kalanick's Uber wealth as well as Saudi Arabia.

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