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What Happened to WeWork's Adam and Rebekah Neumann?

Apple TV+'s WeCrashed takes viewers on a wild, fictionalized ride through the rise and fall of the office space startup WeWork. In the series, Jared Leto plays Adam Neumann, the enigmatic co-founder and former CEO of WeWork, which was at one time thought to be valued at $47 billion. Anne Hathaway appears as his wife, Rebekah (who just so happens to be Gwyneth Paltrow's cousin). She was the company's chief brand and impact officer and led the education program WeGrow.

Anne Hathaway On Bringing The Story Behind WeWork To Television With The New Apple TV+ Series ‘WeCrashed’

The Oscar-winning actress has captured our hearts & minds throughout her celebrated Hollywood career, going as far back as her Princess of Genovia days in the timelessly beloved The Princess Diaries Disney films. Since then, Anne Hathaway has memorably sung, explored, and schemed up on the big screen, taking us moviegoers along for the ride. Now, Hathaway is bringing her acting chops to the small screen as real-life woman Rebekah Neumann on the new Apple TV+ miniseries WeCrashed, a role that has allowed Hathaway to develop her latest character within this episodic format in ways that her average two-hour film performance simply cannot.
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WeWork reopening location in Seattle’s Ballard neighborhood that it closed last year

WeWork is reopening a co-working space in Seattle’s Ballard neighborhood that the company shut down last June. The location at 1448 NW Market St. will reopen to members April 4 and can accommodate approximately 730 people on the building’s fifth floor. WeWork, which has 10 locations in the Seattle area, said in an email to Ballard members last year in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic that it was reviewing its global real estate portfolio in order to “optimize assets and operations around the world.” The company did not share any additional information about its decision to reopen the Ballard space, which originally opened in December 2019.
Commercial Observer

Amazon Leasing 9K SQ in Miami WeWork, With No Plans to Expand

Amazon is leasing a little less than 9,000 square feet at WeWork’s Coral Gables location, said an Amazon spokesperson, confirming an earlier report from The Wall Street Journal. The e-commerce company signed the lease in Coral Gables last year to cater to employees that relocated to Miami. Currently, about...
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Why WeWork Stock Lost 14% of Its Value in February

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WeWork Leans into the Void Left by Regular Office Work

(Bloomberg)—WeWork is continuing to woo customers who aren't ready to take on a regular lease of its office space but will pay for on-demand access, its chief executive officer said Monday. The co-working company is on track to bring in close to $120 million in annual revenue from the...

WeWork shares jump more than 13% in public markets debut after SPAC merger

Shares of WeWork closed up more than 13% Thursday after the company went public through a special purpose acquisition company more than two years after its failed IPO. The office startup halted initial plans for an IPO in 2019 after investors raised concerns over its business model and its founder and then-CEO Adam Neumann.

The pandemic changed co-working needs—WeWork and Feather have partnered to meet them

Co-working spaces have long been populated by workers on the transient end of the spectrum, whose daily duties allow for a more flexible workplace than the typical corporate compound. Still, the pandemic’s shakedown of the traditional office structure hasn’t left the sector untouched—in recent months, members of co-working facilities have returned from months at home with new expectations for their shared spaces. Pre-pandemic, commercial design was already morphing into something more comfortable and residential (“resimercial,” some call it). After upwards of 18 months spent at home, the bar is even higher for offices to retain elements of at-home comfort while also providing more dynamic, collaborative work spaces.