NET WORTH: $5.4 billionAGE: 44RESIDENCE: Hermosa BeachSOURCE OF WEALTH: Ridesharing, technologyLAST YEAR: $4.9 billionCHANGE: +10%THE MONEY: Although Kalanick stepped down in 2017 as chief executive at Uber Technologies Inc., the company he co-founded in 2009, he remained on the board of directors until Dec. 31, 2019. Kalanick reportedly sold all of his Uber shares before his departure from the board. In the final two months of 2019, he earned about $2.5 billion after selling a roughly 4% stake in the company. Uber went public in May 2019. He reportedly bought a $43.3 million Bel Air home from an LLC tied to real estate investor Christopher Cole.THE BUZZ: Kalanick’s new company, Pico-Union based CloudKitchens, secured a $400 million investment from Saudi Arabia’s sovereign-wealth fund in November. The company, which was valued at $5 billion following the investment, converts commercial real estate space into leasable ghost kitchens, which are then used by restaurants and take-out services to power their delivery operations. CloudKitchens is a subsidiary of City Storage Systems, which Kalanick bought in March 2018 for $150 million. He grew up in Northridge and dropped out of UCLA to found Scour, a file-sharing application. Prior to Uber, Kalanick co-founded content delivery network Red Swoosh, which was acquired by Akamai Technologies Inc.