WeWork’s new corporate life

Last year was a trying time for the co-working giant, but its execs have big changes in store

TRD MIAMI /
Jan.January 11, 2017 03:45 PM

Composite image of WeWork’s Adam Neumann (Credit: Wally Konefal)

From the New York January issue: When WeWork approached venture capital firms to raise $355 million in late 2014, it painted a detailed picture of the kind of company it wanted to become in the next two years. [more]


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