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Co-working startup sees valuation dip after WeWork deal

Co-working space company WeWork dealt with a number of setbacks last year, including a failed initial public offering (IPO) and the resignation of its...

Now It’s Urgent- SoftBank Looks to Gain Control of WeWork Through Financing Package

SoftBank Group has put together a financing package that would allow it to control flexible office space provider WeWork and move founder Adam Neumann...

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...

WeWork Considers Significant Cut to Valuation Price

Since co-working office company WeWork has filed for its initial public offering (IPO), industry insiders have questioned exactly how valuable the company actually is....

Is WeWork Worth $47 Billion? It’s Profitable Competitor is Valued at $4.45 Billion

As co-working company WeWork prepares for its initial public offering (IPO), investors and analysts are looking at one WeWork’s rival’s experience of going public...

Investors Should Tread Carefully As WeWork IPO Looms

Late last month, flexible office space provider WeWork filed paperwork for an initial public offering (IPO) with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)....

Update: Cushman & Wakefield Sets IPO Price at $17 per share

After much deliberation about what real services firm Cushman & Wakefield would price its initial public offering (IPO) at, the company announced on August...

Cushman & Wakefield Sets IPO Price Between $16 And $18

Real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield announced this week its plans for shares in its initial public offering (IPO) to sell for $16...
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