Another poor fiscal quarter, another batch of absurd presentation slides.
Turns out the “Open House” is only open to those who are already filthy rich.
Layoffs, investment exits, and sudden deal back-outs. SoftBank’s strategy of weaponizing capital is failing.
Office workers increasingly want working from home to be the norm.
2,400 people have lost their jobs in a single day, and more cuts are coming.
The agreements contain phone numbers and addresses of individuals, and others have bank account information.
Less than two years after touting their major investment in the women-focused coworking space, WeWork has said it's looking to sell its substantial stake.
This is your (galaxy) brain on billions of dollars.
Uber and WeWork are the most well-known disasters. Meet some others.
Neumann's former chief of staff says she faced offensive and retaliatory behavior over both of her pregnancies, and that the company "demeaned" employees who were women.
"Nobody is running the day-to-day business. It's such a shit show," said one current employee.
Venture capital subsidizes unprofitable businesses like WeWork and Uber. Society pays the price.