Neumann, the former CEO of WeWork, has said that he wants to build a company to shake up the rental-housing market, sources told The WSJ.
Cook revealed he personally owns crypto, Neumann touted co-working's potential in the post-pandemic world, and Griffin reflected on the GameStop saga.
"He told me not to, he suggested not to," Adam Neumann said of Leto when Andrew Ross Sorkin asked if he'll watch the upcoming "WeCrashed" series.
Adam Neumann finally addressed WeWork's messy IPO, claims of self dealing, and more in his first interview in over two years.
WeWork also reported preliminary third-quarter revenue of $658 million, up from $593 million in the second quarter.
Neumann, who resigned as CEO in 2019, has a roughly 10% stake in the company.
Back in 2018, co-working startup WeWork was one of the most valuable private companies in the world, intent on growth at all costs.
Investors are closely watching the two-day meeting of the FOMC for clues from Fed officials on the timing and pace of tapering of asset purchases.
The shared-workspace company expects to list its shares on the New York Stock Exchange under the "WE" ticker symbol.
The co-working spaces - which will be run by WeWork - will have luxurious amenities like gyms and cafes all within the converted stores.
Softbank head Mayoshi Son is known for having a huge appetite for investment risk, but China's moves to curb its tech sector have made him queasy.
I moved from San Francisco to Texas and now work fully remote. My first day in a WeWork showed me how much I missed the office - at least sometimes.
In this week's edition of the Insider Tech newsletter we track down the elusive Google cofounder Larry Page and consider Netflix's foray into video games.
Video shows WeWork employees throwing bottles of alcohol through the office's glass windows, part of the company's nonstop party culture.
WeWork founder Adam Neumann and an entity he controls received more than $1 billion, which he used to fund a lavish lifestyle, "The Cult of We" says.
From hiring nightmares and vegan lunches to $42,000 tuition, "The Cult of We" surfaces new details about the company's defunct school, WeGrow.
WeWork founder Adam Neumann shattered his office's glass wall during a party by throwing a bottle of tequila at it, according to "The Cult of We."
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