Marcelo Claure


Dara Khosrowshahi and Marcelo Claure to back former Sequoia India partner’s startup

Jain’s startup, which is currently in stealth mode, is building “banking and payments for the crypto economy,” according to its website (which went offline following the publication of this story). The startup, called Zamp, aims to help “web2” firms adopt crypto, according to another person familiar with the matter. Zamp has also received investments from former SoftBank chief operating officer Marcelo Claure and Doordash chief executive Tony Xu, the source said.
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Commercial Observer

Sandeep Mathrani Replaces Marcelo Claure as WeWork Chairman

WeWork CEO Sandeep Mathrani has been named chairman of the coworking giant’s board, replacing Marcelo Claure months after he left the post, the company announced Tuesday. Mathrani — a legendary real estate figure known for steering mall giant GGP out of one of the largest real estate bankruptcies in history — has been on WeWork’s board since he was appointed the company’s CEO in 2020 to help right the multibillion-dollar train wreck after former CEO Adam Neumann was pushed out. He will remain in his post as CEO.
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SoftBank confirms departure of COO Marcelo Claure, names new CEO for international unit

Japanese conglomerate SoftBank Group confirmed Friday that its Chief Operating Officer Marcelo Claure is leaving the company following a nine-year tenure. CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin and Alex Sherman reported Thursday that Claure was preparing to resign from the company, citing people familiar with the matter. The sources told them that...

Marcelo Claure out as COO of SoftBank

Marcelo Claure is out as COO of SoftBank, with sources saying he's likely to raise his own fund focused on Latin American startups. Why it matters: There is no succession plan at one of the world's largest tech investors, at a time when its fortunes are sagging due to both market and political pressures.

SoftBank Operating Chief Marcelo Claure to Leave After Pay Dispute

SoftBank Group Corp. said Chief Operating Officer Marcelo Claure, who helped clean up problems at the firm’s investments including WeWork Inc. and Sprint Corp., is leaving the company after a dispute over billions of dollars in pay. Mr. Claure’s departure, announced by the company, comes after he sought as...
Commercial Observer

Softbank’s Marcelo Claure to Leave His Post as COO

SoftBank Group’s Marcelo Claure — who was tapped by the Japanese bank to help salvage its massive investment in coworking giant WeWork after the ousting of Adam Neumann — will leave his post as COO following a reported dispute over his compensation. SoftBank confirmed the news early...

Softbank COO Marcelo Claure is said expected to step down - reports

Softbank (OTCPK:SFTBY) Chief Operating Officer Marcelo Claure is said to be stepping down, according to CNBC and Bloomberg reporting. Claure is expected to remain on the Softbank board, according to reporting from CNBC/NYT DealBook's Andrew Ross Sorkin. Claure is said to have clashed with Softbank founder Masayoshi Son over his pay and responsibilities, according to a Bloomberg account.

WeWork’s Marcelo Claure to leave SoftBank: reports

UPDATED Jan. 27, 2022, 6:16 p.m.: Marcelo Claure is leaving SoftBank amid a disagreement over his request for a compensation package that could have reached $2 billion, according to multiple reports. Claure, the chief operating officer of SoftBank and executive chairman of WeWork, could step down this week, as CNBC...
Kansas City Star

Former Sprint boss Marcelo Claure leaving SoftBank over $2 billion pay dispute: reports

Former Sprint boss Marcelo Claure is quitting his job as chief operating officer of the telecom company’s former owner, SoftBank Group International, following a dispute over $2 billion he felt he was owed for his work on Sprint’s merger with T-Mobile and SoftBank’s investment in WeWork, The New York Times and CNBC are reporting.
Financial Times

Marcelo Claure to depart SoftBank after long-running Masayoshi Son dispute

Marcelo Claure, the SoftBank executive who led a turnround at struggling office sharing group WeWork, has become one of the most senior people to quit the Japanese technology conglomerate after falling out with its founder Masayoshi Son. Two people with direct knowledge of the matter said the Bolivian billionaire, who...