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Even a Giant like Tishman is in the Coworking space?

Why would a large real estate company like Tishman Speyer want to tackle coworking? Well, the real estate owner, developer, operator and fund manager...

Even the Federal Reserve is Concerned About WeWork Now…

There’s been a lot of news surrounding co-working office space provider WeWork the last few months, and most of it has not been good....

WeWork’s Weak Wi-Fi Security Puts Tenants’ Sensitive Docs at Risk

Teemu Airamo Sheds Light on Vulnerability In 2015, Teemu Airamo, is the CEO and Founder of digital media company Viveca Media and discovered...

As Pressure Mounts, Neumann Steps Down as WeWork CEO

WeWork announced this week its co-founder and CEO Adam Neumann will step down from his position amid recent pressure from board members and investors,...

WeWork’s Valuation Woes Aren’t a Reflection of The Flex Office Space Market

WeWork's IPO valuation woes aren't a reflection of the robust outlook for flexible commercial office space, a market which has plenty of runway left....

Investor Skepticism Forces WeWork to Put IPO on Hold

Co-working space provider WeWork decided this week to postpone its much anticipated initial public offering (IPO) after facing questions about its business model and...

Landlords Combat Competition from Co-Working Companies by Starting Their Own

When co-working office provider WeWork first launched, it served as a reliable customer to landlords as it leased unused space to small businesses. However,...

Conflict of Interest Concerns Surround WeWork Investor

Private equity investor and early WeWork sponsor Steven Langman holds several key positions at We Company, WeWork’s parent organization, including overseeing executive pay, succession,...

Co-working Company Knotel Secures $400M in Funding

Flexible workspace provider Knotel recently announced it completed $400 million in financing, led by Wafra, an investment branch of the Sovereign Wealth Fund of...

Doubtful of WeWork’s Financial Viability, Landlord Sues to Get Out of Lease

Ever since co-working company WeWork announced it was going public, questions about its actual value have been swirling around the CRE world. Those questions...
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