Some preliminary stories claimed Beyoncé’s shares may very well be price round $300 million.
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With an $eight.1 billion IPO (Preliminary Public Providing), Uber’s shares initially went for $45 every when it went public final Friday (Could 10) – making it one of many greatest tech IPOs in latest historical past – and it’s being reported lengthy record of celebrities are set to learn in a giant manner.
Forbes have confirmed that A-listers comparable to Ashton Kutcher, Gwyneth Paltrow, Jay-Z and Oliva Munn are traders in Uber, whereas different celebrities reported to have invested embody Leonardo DiCaprio, Jared Leto and Beyoncé.
Inside Version stories that as a substitute of straight investing, Beyonce was as soon as paid in firm shares for a efficiency at a personal Uber get together – this was as a substitute of incomes her regular estimated $6 million charge.
Preliminary stories claimed that Beyoncé’s shares might now be price $300 million, however in response to Superstar Internet Price, on account of Uber’s present market cap of $67 billion and sure dilution of shares since 2015, the ‘Lemonade’ singer’s Uber inventory is almost certainly price about $9 million.
Robert Bregnsdal from Queenslands’ Gold Coast advised the Gold Coast Bulletin that he drove the actress and her husband, Tom Ackerley Carrara to Mermaid Seaside.
He mentioned he thought he recognised the actress, however as a result of the pair had been so “right down to earth, regular, pleasant and chatty” he assumed it wasn’t truly her – regardless of overhearing locals discussing if it was the actress when the couple jumped out to purchase alcohol.
“After [the drive] she invited me to come back to the home get together,” he claims.
“I mentioned no ‘trigger I used to be going to see Star Wars with the boys. And her husband sort of chuckled like, ‘Haha, you don’t realise who we’re’.”
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