WeWork is demanding overdue rent from hundreds of members. Here’s the latest on the coworking giant’s turnaround efforts.





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WeWork is demanding overdue rent from hundreds of members. Here’s the latest on the coworking giant’s turnaround efforts.

WeWork pulled its IPO in 2019 after mulling a massive valuation cut to drum up investor interest, and cofounder Adam Neumann was ousted as chief executive and chairman. Real-estate veteran Sandeep Mathrani started as CEO in February and has kicked off a multi-year turnaround plan. 



a person wearing a costume: A laid-off WeWork employee carries a bag as he departs the WeWork corporate headquarters in Manhattan, New York, U.S., November 21, 2019. Mike Segar/ Reuters


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A laid-off WeWork employee carries a bag as he departs the WeWork corporate headquarters in Manhattan, New York, U.S., November 21, 2019. Mike Segar/ Reuters

Here’s everything we know about what’s going on inside WeWork:

Latest news

Finances and real-estate negotiations

Layoffs 

Coronavirus hits coworking

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Lawsuits and investigations

Executive changes under CEO Sandeep Mathrani

Plotting a path forward

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