Garrett Camp is Uber's original founder. He created an app for
hailing black car limo services that his buddy Travis Kalanick
loved. Kalanick invested in the fledgling company and joined the
startup and later became its second CEO.
Camp, who is also known for the other tech company he founded
StumbleUpon, has been on the board since its earliest beginnings.
sometimes as chairman other times as just a board member.
Camp is the second largest individual shareholder. He owns nearly
82 million shares, or about 6%.
Again, just for fun, at $60 per share (what Lyft is currently
trading for), that stake would be worth nearly $4.9 billion.