Travis Kalanick is on course to leave his stake in Uber.

The co-founder and previous CEO of the ride-hailing organization have sold more than $2.5 billion worth of shares in Uber since a lockup period expired a month ago, leaving him with under 10% of his holdings left, as indicated by public filings.

Kalanick has been systematically selling shares since Nov. 6 at a pace that demonstrates he’ll be stripped from Uber within days. He dumped another $383 million in shares a week ago and his outstanding stake is worth about $250 million.

The sales have been a headwind for Uber in its rocky first year as a public organization. Investors have punished the shares of misfortune making organizations participating in advertised IPOs this year, and Uber has once in a while traded over its $45 IPO cost, most as of late trading hands at under $31 a share.

Kalanick’s move, translated by some as a vote of no confidence in current management, could bring up issues about his status as an Uber board member, as per the FT, which prior wrote about the sales. Other previous executives, including co-founder Garrett Camp, have sold shares also, yet not at the scale that Kalanick has.

In any case, it may very well be that Kalanick, who was expelled as Uber CEO in 2017 amid a series of scandals, is centered around his most recent venture, CloudKitchens. The start-up has been scooping up real estate the world over in a bet that restaurants will rent capacity to make nourishment for delivery to clients.

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