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WeWork cofounder Adam Neumann just lost his billionaire status. Here’s how the ousted CEO has spent his fortune, which once amounted to as much ...
Neumann was once worth as much as $14 billion, but his fortune has dwindled after WeWork's failed IPO and his resignation from the company.
The tide has turned against WeWork after it misjudged appetite for an IPO — now its trouble is deepening. Here’s everything that’s g...
WeWork was once considered a crown jewel, but investors have frowned on its massive losses, high costs, and questionable executive transactions.
Beijing, Milan, Rome, and Seoul, South Korea, have seen major falls in Airbnb bookings amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Doordash was valued at $13 billion in a November funding round and has raised over $2 billion to date.
‘We were kings of the world’: WeWork’s Adam Neumann fostered a culture of superiority at the troubled coworking startup
"Adam was the sun and we all revolved around him," a WeWork employee told the Financial Times after the IPO collapsed and Neumann stepped down.
Airbnb reportedly lost $322 million in the first 9 months of 2019, and it could mean a bumpier path to going public
The Wall Street Journal reported that Airbnb lost $322 million, which could worry investors wary of IPOs from money-losing businesses.
Hedge fund giant Ken Griffin highlights the 4 key qualities a company needs for a successful direct listing
The IPO market will still see "a significant majority" of public debuts, but Griffin expects many popular startups to employ direct listings in 2020.
The offering is Warner's second, as a slew of private-equity firms took the company public in 2005 after buying it from Time Warner the previous year.
Casper may be feeling like it left money on the table right now: Shares popped in its first-ever day of trading on the New York Stock Exchange.
Casper prices its IPO at $12 a share, giving it a valuation of $490 million, confirming that it’s no longer a unicorn
The company will raise as much as $115 million in the offering, before fees, which is far less than it was expecting.