• 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

    1 month ago - By Business Insider

    WeWork CEO Adam Neumann's coworking company is worth $47 billion.
    Neumann himself is worth an estimated $4.1 billion, according to Forbes, but the WeWork CEO hasn't always been rich.
    Neumann and his wife, Rebekah, once lived in a tiny apartment at 166 2nd Avenue in New York City, he told Business Insider's Alyson Shontell and Rich Feloni.
    Here's a look inside the East Village building, where a studio apartment is now renting for $3,098.
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    WeWork CEO Adam Neumann's coworking company is worth $47 billion, but not too long ago, he was...
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  • Evercore is going after JPMorgan and Goldman; WeWork's CEO explains why he thinks his $47 billion company is recession-proof

    Evercore is going after JPMorgan and Goldman; WeWork's CEO explains why he thinks his $47 billion company is recession-proof

    1 month ago - By Business Insider

    Hey, readers!
    It was a big news week in the finance world. Both Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan announced their biggest-ever acquisitions since the financial crisis, trade talks continued, and even Bitcoin rebounded.
    WeWork said on Wednesday that it's growing incredibly fast, but is still losing money. The company's revenue more than doubled in the first quarter to $728 million as it expanded in international markets such as China, but still posted a net loss of $264 million.
    Investors are watching the coworking company especially closely as it inches closer to an initial public offering.
    If...
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  • How WeWork's CEO grew a $10 billion relationship with SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son, whom he calls 'Yoda'

    How WeWork's CEO grew a $10 billion relationship with SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son, whom he calls 'Yoda'

    1 month ago - By Business Insider

    Masayoshi Son is the founder and CEO of the Japanese holding company SoftBank, which is a major investor in scaling American companies, including WeWork.
    WeWork cofounder and CEO Adam Neumann told Business Insider that his personal relationship with Son is one of the intangible assets headed into a potential IPO.
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    Wall Street is paying close attention to WeWork, as the global coworking-space giant is preparing to go public. One investor...
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