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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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WeWork Wants a Rent Break. Its Customers Do, Too.Some who rent space from the troubled company say it has not been generous with them even as it seeks concessions from building owners.
Adam Neumann, WeWork’s Former Chief, Sues SoftBankThe lawsuit accuses SoftBank of improperly backing out of an offer to buy shares held by Mr. Neumann, employees and other investors.
Would you go to the office for $100-a-day bonus? That's WeWork's offer to some employees during coronavirus pandemic.WeWork is offering a $100-a-day bonus to certain employees to keep its offices running in the U.S. and Canada during the coronavirus pandemic.
As Businesses Close, WeWork Tries to Lure Workers BackThe shared office space company is offering its workers $100-a-day bonuses to come to its locations amid the coronavirus crisis.
SoftBank May Not Buy $3 Billion in WeWork SharesThe Japanese conglomerate is said to be reconsidering the part of its bailout of WeWork that would have left founder Adam Neumann with a huge payday.
WeWork temporarily closes 100 buildings in China over coronavirus: CNBCOffice 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.
WeWork lays off 2,400 workers to end cash drainStruggling office-sharing company calls job cuts necessary to create a "more efficient organization"
SoftBank founder sorry about WeWork investmentMasayoshi Son said he has regrets about his investment decision, but still believes WeWork has a future
Co-working: When the home office is away from homeFreelancers, consultants and entrepreneurs no longer need to work out of their homes or garages. Instead, they can rent space at "co-working" firms, such as WeWork, that provide a place to plug in as..
WeWork, former CEO Adam Neumann accused of pregnancy discriminationThe 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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Tech investor Ben Horowitz on how healthy culture helps companies thriveTech giants like Facebook, Amazon, Uber, and WeWork have all faced criticism for their workplace culture. Venture capitalist Ben Horowitz argues that many companies miss the mark when developing their..
Biggest losers from Adam Neumann's $1.7 billion WeWork paydayList includes President Trump's son-in-law, Canada's No. 2 pension fund and even some U.S. mutual fund investors
SoftBank announces it will own 80% of WeWork and provide billions to keep it operatingSoftBank Group Corp. is taking control of WeWork and providing the office-space startup with billions to keep it operating.
WeWork Planned a Residential Utopia. It Hasn’t Turned Out That Way.Adam Neumann, the company’s ousted founder, once said there would be WeLive apartments around the globe. But now, it has only two sites and is under investigation.
WeWork withdraws plan to go public following CEO turmoilA week after ousting its founder as CEO, the money-losing office-sharing company yanks plan to go public
WeWork CEO out amid cash crunchErratic chief's exit may restart IPO process, but removing him may not solve the office-sharing company's biggest problem
Some WeWork directors want to remove CEO Adam Neumann, reports sayThe move comes after WeWork delayed plans for an IPO amid questions about its valuation and governance
Despite a hot year for IPOs, WeWork's stock sale is delayedThe co-working company is pushing back its IPO amid a frosty reception over its valuation and business model
WeWork filed its IPO — now meet its We DoubleA Wyoming company with a Chinese address and $441 in the bank seems poised to benefit from WeWork's buzzy IPO
Hip office startup WeWork losing 94 cents a minute per memberThe office-sharing company's losses per customer are far bigger than Uber's -- that could hurt its initial public offering.