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American workspace company

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WeWork is an American commercial real estate company that provides shared workspaces for technology startups and services for other enterprises. Founded in 2010, it is headquartered in New York City. As of 2018, WeWork managed over 4 million square metres. WeWork's parent company is The We Company.

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SoftBank kicks off $21 bln T-Mobile stake sale [Video]

SoftBank kicks off $21 bln T-Mobile stake sale

SoftBank is offloading about two thirds of its stake in T-Mobile US, raising $21 billion for a share buyback and debt reduction plan. Julian Satterthwaite reports.

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The shared office space company is offering its workers $100-a-day bonuses to come to its locations amid the coronavirus crisis.
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WeWork temporarily closes 100 buildings in China over coronavirus: CNBC

Office sharing startup WeWork has temporarily closed 100 buildings in China due to the coronavirus outbreak, Chairman Marcelo Claure said in a CNBC interview on Monday.
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The former chief of staff to ousted WeWork CEO Adam Neumann has accused him and the company of discrimination, saying she was belittled for getting pregnant, forced out of her job in favor of a man..
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SoftBank announces it will own 80% of WeWork and provide billions to keep it operating

SoftBank Group Corp. is taking control of WeWork and providing the office-space startup with billions to keep it operating.
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WeWork withdraws plan to go public following CEO turmoil

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