Looking To Buy
The WeWork saga isn’t over if you ask the company’s co-founder and former CEO Adam Neumann.
Neumann wants to buy the business and build it back up. But not everyone seems to be excited to get him back at the helm of the company.
WeWork filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in November, after the company that was once valued at $47 billion failed to go public.
Fixing His Own Mess
Neumann argues he has a shot because WeWork’s debtors would benefit from him and his team’s expertise, and that WeWork’s services are needed now more than ever as hybrid work schedules become a permanent fixture of workplace culture.
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