How WeWork grew and went bankrupt

Investors who have invested tens of billions of dollars in We work were hoping the coworking space startup would be next Facebook. It didn’t happen

No one wants to work at WeWork anymore

WeWork filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Monday, listing nearly $19 billion in debt, according to Bloomberg. The coworking space, once the largest tenant of

WeWork filed for bankruptcy

WeWork’s woes finally seem to have caught up with it. The coworking space company, once valued at $47 billion, announced Monday it was filing for

WeWork files for bankruptcy – The Verge

These documents revealed, in one place, the following: that Neumann leased its own buildings to The We Company, that Neumann obtained loans from The We

WeWork files for bankruptcy: News

WeWork, founded in 2010 with the aim of revolutionizing the way people work, has filed for bankruptcy protection. This follows the company recently warning investors