WeWork

WeWork and its founder Adam Neumann will soon have their own movie?

The film will examine Neumann’s relationship with Masayoshi Son, the CEO of the Japanese holding company Softbank, which recently took over the struggling company.

By JOSEFIN DOLSTEN/JTA
03/12/2019
WeWork followed a classic path – then it imploded

Like many successful entrepreneurs, WeWork founder Adam Neumann failed a few times, identified a real need, built an innovative product and succeeded in creating a real business.

By ELLIOT COHEN , OMER MATITYA
01/12/2019
Embracing Judaism helped WeWork founder Adam Neumann cope, his mother says

Leaving WeWork “is a happy end, because Adam is happy with his wife and five children."

WeWork Israeli founder Adam Neumann to receive $1.7 billion payoff to relinquish control

SoftBank Group agreed to spend more than $10 billion to take over WeWork, doubling down on an ill-fated investment.

By REUTERS
23/10/2019
WeWork
WeWork owner creates committee to decide on financing lifeline

A WeWork spokeswoman declined to comment. We Company directors did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

By REUTERS
17/10/2019
Troubled WeWork founder used Kabbalah Centre contacts to fund business

“I noticed that in the Kabbalah community, people were really helping each other,” Neumann said. “I wanted to translate that into business.”

By JTA
17/10/2019
Jones co-founders Michael Rodman (L) and Omri Stern (R)
WeWork, JLL invest in Israeli property tech start-up Jones

Additional investors include New York-based MetaProp Ventures, American-Israeli Ground Up Ventures and California-headquartered 500 Startups.

15/10/2019
Fitch downgrades WeWork's credit rating after aborted IPO

WeWork, whose parent We Company lost $1.9 billion in 2018, had hoped to raise at least $3 billion in the abandoned IPO and borrow a further $6 billion in a loan from banks.

By REUTERS
02/10/2019
WeWork CEO Adam Neumann steps down amid company’s major drop in value

The company was valued at the beginning of the year at $47 billion, but that figure has fallen to about $15 billion.

By MARCY OSTER/JTA
25/09/2019
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