How Did WeWork’s Adam Neumann Build a $47 Billion Company?


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Rebekah Neumann,
2 minutes ago by gregorybflynn
Uber, only with buildings.
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3 days ago by mr_stru
RT : This story is amazing and I can’t decide which is my favorite absolutely batshit part.
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3 days ago by Fallingbadgers
RT : This story is amazing and I can’t decide which is my favorite absolutely batshit part.
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3 days ago by beeston
Nine years ago, Adam Neumann discovered he could make office spaces fun and charge extra for the “community.” How did he build WeWork into a $47 billion company? Not by sharing.
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3 days ago by po
In early January, employees of the We Company, formerly known as WeWork, gathered in Los Angeles for its annual summit. As with many of the company’s events, it was more tent revival than corporate off-site. The Red Hot Chili Peppers performed. Jaden Smith and Adam Rippon spoke. via Pocket
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4 days ago by kubia
RT : Short WeWork short WeWork short WeWork oh my f'in god
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4 days ago by schraeds
In early January, employees of the We Company, formerly known as WeWork, gathered in Los Angeles for its annual summit. As with many of the company’s events, it was more tent revival than corporate off-site. The Red Hot Chili Peppers performed. Jaden Smith and Adam Rippon spoke. via Pocket
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4 days ago by archizoo
Photo: Joe Darrow; Filippo Bacci; Michael Kovac/Getty Images; Getty Images/Getty Images In early January, employees of the We Company, formerly known as WeWork,…
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4 days ago by lach
Photo: Joe Darrow; Filippo Bacci; Michael Kovac/Getty Images; Getty Images/Getty Images In early January, employees of the We Company, formerly known as WeWork,…
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4 days ago by handzo
RT : This is an impressive level of delusion:
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5 days ago by rboone
Photo: Joe Darrow; Filippo Bacci; Michael Kovac/Getty Images; Getty Images/Getty Images In early January, employees of the We Company, formerly known as WeWork,…
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5 days ago by mikerugnetta
In early January, employees of the We Company, formerly known as WeWork, gathered in Los Angeles for its annual summit. As with many of the company’s events, it was more tent revival than corporate off-site. The Red Hot Chili Peppers performed. Jaden Smith and Adam Rippon spoke. via Pocket
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5 days ago by drewcaldwell