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This documentary gives a damning account of how Adam Neumann’s office-sharing company rose high and fell low
The hype machine that transformed lossmaking WeWork into a $47bn company is still churning
After coming unstuck on WeWork, the Japanese group pulled out all the stops to save its next investment
The excesses of the office-leasing group and its charismatic co-founder Adam Neumann are well documented — but this analysis still finds fresh insight
Private markets offer no refuge for the serviced office owner as founder Mark Dixon battles WeWork
Bosses have cost incentives for offering staff better quality of life via hybrid working
Entrepreneur to receive hundreds of millions of dollars in settlement before listing attempt
The ceasefire will end an 11-day conflict that has killed at least 230 Palestinians and 12 Israelis
Huge quarterly loss as workers stayed home and former CEO Adam Neumann was paid settlement
Transaction will give office provider $1.3bn cash injection
But the model of packing workers into shared offices may not appeal if the pandemic lingers
‘Project Windmill’ documents outline office provider’s bid to raise $1bn and go public
Staff of Japan’s NTT will be able to choose from more than 3,300 sites as companies rethink links with office
End to legal battle with co-founder of shared office provider opens path to market listing
Lucid’s big Spac deal, PS5 shortages to ease, Huawei Mate X2
SoftBank in talks with Adam Neumann to settle legal row over failed IPO and clear way for listing
Shared office provider is also launching new fund to support SMEs struggling in pandemic
Venture capital; Chess; Ks; and much more.
Shared office provider suffers decline in members and revenues during pandemic
Son backed out of a tender offer to buy $3bn of stock from founder Neumann and others
Group cuts rates by as much as half, highlighting difficulties the sector is facing
Arm sale reflects transition of Masayoshi Son’s company to a global manager of assets
Existing shareholder Trustbridge Partners to pay $200m to take majority ownership
Japanese group has already invested more than $10bn in money-losing property company
The Japanese conglomerate’s shares have soared 140 per cent since March 19