The Lasting Legacy of the WeWork Catastrophe
WeWork’s Failed IPO Leaves a Lasting Impact on the Stock Market
Woman Who Oversaw Carta Study on Gender-Pay Gap Sues Startup Over Unequal Pay
Adam Neumann Once Said WeWork Had a ‘Spending Culture.’ Then He Spent More
What happened at WeWork when things got ugly between the company and its employees?
When Joanna Strange shared internal documents that showed WeWork was falling far short of its financial goals, WeWork sued her.
To many of its employees, WeWork was much more than a job.
Before Founding WeWork, Adam Neumann Was an Outsider on a Kibbutz
Early WeWork Staff Recount That Time an Office Opened Without a Bathroom
WeWork Co-Founder Miguel McKelvey to Leave at End of June
Instacart Wasn’t Ready to Become an Essential Service Overnight
Neumann claims SoftBank and its Vision Fund relied on legally faulty pretexts to renege on an agreement.
The Job Cuts Keep Coming at WeWork
Despite eliminating thousands of positions in the last six months, WeWork plans to keep cutting.
SoftBank pulled out of the agreement to purchase billions in WeWork stock from existing shareholders.
WeWork Rival Industrious Makes Reductions Affecting 30% of Staff
WeWork Rival Knotel to Reduce Headcount by Half
WeWork Cuts Another 250 Jobs in Further Attempt to Trim Costs
WeWork says it doesn’t expect to hit its 2020 financial targets as it grapples with the coronavirus outbreak.
WeWork’s New Crisis: ‘Workplaces Will Never Be the Same After This’
SoftBank said it could withdraw from an agreement to buy $3 billion of stock in WeWork, a deal that was set to close in two weeks