Top Five Weekend Stock Stories For September 22, 2019

Catch up on the weekend's top five stories with this list compiled by The Fly:

1. A block of WeWork directors is planning to push Adam Neumann to step down as CEO after a tumultuous week in which his eccentric behavior and drug use came to light and the startup delayed its much-anticipated stock-market listing, The Wall Street Journal's Maureen Farrell, Liz Hoffman, Eliot Brown and David Benoit reported. Meanwhile, Reuters' Anirban Sen and Joshua Franklin also wrote that SoftBank (SFTBY), the biggest investor in WeWork owner We Company (WE), is exploring ways to replace Adam Neumann as CEO of the office-sharing start-up. This comes after We Company postponed its initial public offering last week, following pushback from perspective investors, not just over its widening losses, but also over Neumann's unusually firm grip on the company, the authors noted.

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