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WeWork’s first investor used his stock as collateral. Now his lenders are suing him

WeWork’s first investor, who pledged his stock in the company as collateral on loans, is being accused of short-changing...

WeWork leases in Soho and Flatiron could be in trouble, according to a report (Credit: iStock)

WeWork leases in Soho, Flatiron most at risk: report

WeWork’s recent struggles could put many of its leases in jeopardy. But according to a new report, its Soho...

WeWork’s side businesses are fizzling

When WeWork rebranded itself The We Company in January, CEO Adam Nuemann sent a clear message about his vision for the firm: it is much bigger than co-working. But We Company’s side businesses, including...

WeWork’s plunging valuation could spell concern for other real estate startups

Since the start of 2019, WeWork’s lofty $47 billion has been a fixture of fascination — how could an...

Left to right: Richard Beyda of The Yard, Michael Barretta of IWG, Nick Livigne of Convene, and The Real Deal’s David Jeans (Credit: Griffin Meyer)

Co-working firms confident ahead of WeWork IPO

Executives at three co-working firms say they expect to see the industry grow despite a looming recession and questions...

Knotel joins the unicorn club with latest funding round

Well, another unicorn has joined the co-working corral. Knotel raised $400 million, bumping up its valuation to at least...

WeWork’s IPO filing reveals a 100% male board

The We Company’s IPO filing, which promoted a “culture of inclusivity,” revealed the company has a fully male board....

Convene edges out rivals WeWork and Knotel at London skyscraper

An under-construction skyscraper in London was the battleground for a trio of well-capitalized flexible office space firms in growth-mode....

From left: Rudin Management CEO Bill Rudin, SL Green CEO Marc Holliday, WeWork CEO Adam Neumann, and Zar Properties' Dario Zar (Credit: Getty Images, SL Green, and iStock)

The office landlord’s big gamble: WeWork is sole tenant in at least 5 NYC buildings

Office landlords in New York City — known to play it safe and fill their buildings with multiple tenants...

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Co-working finally feels the crunch of supply and demand

Earlier this year, a San Francisco coder set out to create an outdoor co-working space that charged $2.25 an...

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