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The troubled coworking startup added about 184,000 square feet of new space, a 93% drop from its average in the past four quarters, CBRE data showed.
‘Succession’ actor Nicholas Braun says he’s really 6’7” and has lied about his height in case it spooks casting director...
Braun says he's embraced his height, which is key to his upcoming role as WeWork founder Adam Neumann.
Looking at 2020: 3 lessons leaders can learn from the fall of former WeWork CEO Adam Neumann, according to a millennial success coach
While it sounds good in theory, you don't really want to become a leader that's paid $1.7 billion to go away.
WeWork's cofounder and former CEO reportedly holds a stake in the business that could be worth hundreds of millions.
Boeing’s CEO is out. Here are the 37 most dramatic exits in a record-breaking year for CEO departures.
The first nine months of 2019 surpassed the number of CEO departures seen in the same time span during the 2008 recession.
SoftBank’s $9.5 billion bailout of WeWork hits a hurdle as Japanese banks are worried about funding it
"SoftBank is an important client so we want to do everything we can to help, but we have to consider our credit risk."
WeWork is looking to sell a part of its business for less than 25% of what it paid just 8 months ago
Den Teran, who founded Managed by Q and helped sell it to WeWork in April, is part of the group looking to purchase the company, Bloomberg reported.
The bank also quoted "Hamilton" star Lin-Manuel Miranda, who performed at WeWork's summer camp in 2016.
Billionaires of the 2010s: From Facebook execs to heiresses, here’s a look at some of the biggest names to join the 3-comma club in the past dec...
There are currently 2,153 billionaires in the world, according to Forbes, up from an estimated 793 at the start of the decade.
The actor who plays Cousin Greg on HBO’s ‘Succession’ will star as the WeWork cofounder Adam Neumann in a TV adaptation
The lanky Cousin Greg from "Succession" will star in the TV series, based on a new book by The Wall Street Journal's Eliot Brown and Maureen Farrell.