Tagged With Adam Neumann

Here's who gets rich if WeWork has a successful IPO

Adam Neumann has locked up control of The We Company in a jaw-dropping way, even by Silicon Valley standards, by giving himself 20 votes per share

Meet Rebekah Paltrow Neumann, the former actress who cofounded WeWork, is cousins with Gwyneth Paltrow, and is CEO Adam Neumann's 'strategic thought partner'

11 mind-blowing facts about WeWork's global business as it prepares for a massive IPO

WeWork IPO reveals company loaned millions to CEO Adam Neumann and other company execs

Adam Neumann’s wife is one of 3 people who would choose WeWork's next CEO if he dies or is unable to work

WeWork cofounders Adam and Rebekah Neumann have to donate $1 billion to charity in 10 years or lose some control of the company

WeWork just filed for its IPO, and revealed a lengthy list of risk factors that investors should be aware of

WeWork's founder and CEO didn't take a salary last year as the company prepared for its massive IPO

WeWork files for IPO, revealing spiraling losses of $1.6 billion

The life and career rise of Adam Neumann, the billionaire WeWork founder and CEO taking his company public

WeWork's IPO filing will reportedly be revealed as soon as next week, giving us our best look yet at its business

WeWork is going public with an extremely weird, complicated structure

WeWork just filed to go public — here’s how its billionaire CEO spends his money

WeWork CEO Adam Neumann dropped $21 million on a San Francisco house with a guitar-shaped room in 2018, and that's just part of his sprawling real-estate portfolio

WeWork cofounder and CEO Adam Neumann reportedly sold shares he owned in the company and took loans worth $700 million

WeWork isn't even close to being profitable — it loses $219,000 every hour of every day

Before he was a billionaire, WeWork CEO Adam Neumann was broke. Here's the NYC building where he and his wife lived in a tiny apartment before he built a $47 billion company

How WeWork's CEO manages his ego after going from broke to a billionaire in under 10 years

WeWork is setting up a $2.9 billion fund to buy buildings that it will lease to itself