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Chart Of The Year: We(Didn't)Work
Article By: Candy Matheson
Sunday, September 25, 2022 7:57 PM EST
The common characteristic when bubbles pop is the eventual bottom is far lower than anyone believes possible. WeWork (WE) is now heading for zero and SoftBank, which sank $17 Billion into WE, could be headed for $10.
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Futures Flat As Yen Discombobulation Extends To Record 13th Day
Article By: Tyler Durden
Tuesday, April 19, 2022 10:35 AM EST
After some jerky rollercoaster moves in Monday's illiquid trading session, which jerked both higher and lower before closing modestly in the green.
In this article: ACAD, SMCI, AMZN, NTGR, WE, QQQ, DIA, SPX, GLD, JJC, SLV, BNO, OIL, UNG, USO
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An Incredibly Homely Stock
Article By: Tim Knight
Monday, January 24, 2022 1:02 PM EST
The price action on WeWork remains simply hideous.
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WeWork Founder Adam Neumann Has Become A Real Estate Mogul
Article By: Tyler Durden
Tuesday, January 4, 2022 7:26 AM EST
WeWork founder Adam Neumann has burned through billions of dollars in his rash attempts at scaling WeWork. Yet somehow, he is still a multimillionaire, and he has decided that he's not done trying to "re-billionize" - at least, not yet.
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A First-Hand Account Of What Rally Happened At WeWork
Article By: David Siegel
Friday, October 22, 2021 12:14 PM EST
Today is WeWork’s IPO, and it’s time for a first-hand account of life under WeWork, and how leaders everywhere can learn form this experience.
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This Is Nuts…Again: Reducing Risk As Tech Goes 1999
Dick Kaplan 7/21/2020 12:34:10 PM

Tech is definitely overvalued with some sky-high valuations. A great example is #WeWork which is a real-estate company, but called themselves a tech company to get a higher valuation. $WE

Billionaire Cooperman's 11 Reasons To Be Skeptical Of Soaring Stocks Amid COVID Chaos
Michelle Bell 5/11/2020 4:00:47 PM

Yes but the company still has to pay salaries, etc. And if the small companies and startups they lease space to go under, they won't be making any more payments to WeWork. $WE certainly isn't picking up any new customers or renewals during the pandemic.

Billionaire Cooperman's 11 Reasons To Be Skeptical Of Soaring Stocks Amid COVID Chaos
Michelle Bell 5/11/2020 3:50:48 PM

Definitely. I'm curious to know if #WeWork will shutter as a result of the pandemic. I assume they still have to pay rent on their properties, but aren't getting any new customers. $WE

S&P Downgrades WeWork To 'B-' Due To "Liquidity Strains"
Backyard Hiker 9/27/2019 2:05:43 AM

Very helpful S&P... downgrading AFTER the company crashed and burned? $WE

WeWork IPO Meltdown Shows Public Investors Have More Valuation Risk Than VCs
Kurt Benson 9/26/2019 6:22:03 PM

Despite what Adam Neumann claims, #WeWork is a realestate company, not a tech company. Technology companies seem to be able to justify such a valuation, but not realestate. $WE

WeWork IPO Meltdown Shows Public Investors Have More Valuation Risk Than VCs
Beating Buffett 9/26/2019 5:01:27 PM

I actually liked #WeWork's model, but no, not at that valuation. I think the company will continue to do well and that this will be a humbling moment for them. $WE

WeWork IPO Meltdown Shows Public Investors Have More Valuation Risk Than VCs
Barry Hochhauser 9/26/2019 1:54:46 PM

Personally I'm glad $WE's IPO crashed and burned. A $47 billion valuation was outright theft and greed.

WeWork - Another Wacky IPO: Sign of a Top Coming
Alpha Stockman 9/11/2019 12:25:00 PM

Great article. #WeWork has a lot of fans, but the valuations being floated are insane. This article really highlights that! $WE $IWGFF

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