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In The Loop: Former WeWork Execs Launch New Company; Tishman Speyer, And The Wing

In The Loop: Former WeWork Execs Launch New Company; Tishman Speyer, And The Wing

This week’s top stories: former WeWork execs launch new coworking venture; Tishman Speyer grows Studio’s footprint; and The Wing announces it will reopen.

May 8, 2021

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The Real Victims Of WeWork

“Generation Hustle”: The Real Victims Of WeWork

The second episode of HBO Max’s new docuseries “Generation Hustle” introduces Adam Neumann, a leader who had even the world’s most prominent business leaders fooled.

May 3, 2021

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In The Loop: IWG Optimistic About The Future, WeWork Faces Lawsuit, And Other News

In The Loop: IWG Optimistic About The Future, WeWork Faces Lawsuit, And Other News

WeWork faces new lawsuit from NYC landlord; IWG is optimistic about the future; and CBRE reports strong financial earnings in Q1 2021.

May 1, 2021

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What’s My Business Worth? | A Guide To Coworking And Flexible Workspace Valuations (Part 3)

What’s My Business Worth? | A Guide To Coworking And Flexible Workspace Valuations (Part 3)

Jonathan Price concludes a three-part series on how to value a flexible workspace company. He also takes a closer look at the questionable valuation of WeWork, and how it was able to persuade bankers that it was worth $96 billion.

April 27, 2021

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In The Loop: WeWork’s 2nd IPO Attempt Raises Questions; The Executive Centre, And infinitSpace

In The Loop: WeWork’s 2nd IPO Attempt Raises Questions; The Executive Centre, And infinitSpace

WeWork’s 2nd attempt to go public raises questions; infinitSpace raises €1m of fundin; and The Executive Centre is named among APAC’s fastest growing companies.

April 24, 2021

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WeWork Finally Goes Public?

WeWork Finally Goes Public?

WeWork is one of the latest businesses to “jump on the SPAC bandwagon”. Jonathan Price explains how SPACs work and what this new merger with BowX means for WeWork.

April 19, 2021

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In The Loop: WeWork Israel Turns To Franchise, IWG Fails To Get Out Of Lease, And More Industry News

In The Loop: WeWork Israel Turns To Franchise, IWG Fails To Get Out Of Lease, And More Industry News

WeWork Israel to adopt franchise business model; Regus fails to get out of a $90 million lease; and JLL expects management agreements to grow in popularity.

April 17, 2021

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In The Loop: WeWork Spac Merger; IWG Lands Nestle; And More Industry News

In The Loop: WeWork Spac Merger; IWG Lands Nestle; And More Industry News

WeWork’s merger with BowX Acquisition Corp, is good news for landlords; IWG signs workplace deal with Nestle.

April 3, 2021

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WeWork Will Go Public

In The Loop: WeWork Will (Finally) Go Public; Knotel’s Bankruptcy; And More

WeWork will try to go public again, this time via a Spac; Newmark will acquire Knotel and has hired former WeWork Vice Chairman, Michael Gross, as new CEO.

March 27, 2021

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In The Loop: WeWork Documentary, Knotel Bankruptcy, And IWG Franchise

This week in coworking: Hulu drops trailer for WeWork documentary; Newmark inches closer to acquiring Knotel; and IWG signs franchise agreement in Malaysia.

March 20, 2021

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Hulu Drops Trailer For WeWork Documentary

The WeWork documentary chronicles the rise and fall of WeWork and it is slated to hit the streaming platform in a couple weeks’ time—April 2nd.

March 17, 2021

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New CEO, Same Old Tricks: The Problem With WeWork’s Offers

As WeWork once again attempts to poach clients from rival operators, it hints that WeWork could be having trouble filling space — and warns of potentially more aggressive pricing strategies to come.

March 12, 2021

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In The Loop: SoftBank And WeWork Settle Suit, Coworking In D.C., And More Industry News

WeWokk and SoftBank have reached an agreement to settle the lawsuit; the D.C. coworking market has been hard hit by the pandemic; and Workbox opens new Chicago location.

March 6, 2021

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In The Loop: Adam Neumann To Leave WeWork Board, CBRE Invests In Industrious, And More

Adam Neumann to leave WeWork’s Board; CBRE aquires majority stake in Industrious; and IWG takes over former WeWork location in Hong Kong.

February 27, 2021

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In The Loop: WeWork Cuts Prices, The Yard Takes Over Former Hotel, And Knotel’s Bankruptcy

WeWork has cut prices across its U.S. locations; The Yard is set to transform a former hotel into flexible workspace; and Knotel extends its sale deadline.

February 20, 2021

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