No one tell Leon Cooperman that Steve Schwarzman is eating his lunch.
Blackstone owns everyone's favorite feminist dating app...and that's quite the sentence.
One solitary slide in the WeWork autopsy report to SoftBank investors is a true encapsulation of the artist's soul.
All he needs is an extra $4 billion on top of the $2 billion he just raised.
Public company valued at $53 narrows quarterly losses to just over $1 billion...and, yes, those words are "narrows" and "quarterly"
Whoever it was should probably be polishing their resume, once the security guards finish escorting them out.
Marc Mezvinsky is a TPG man now (for now).
Seeing a hypothetical $40 billion go up in allegorical smoke is having an impact on the greatest living performance artist in finance.
That’s five times as much as Leon Cooperman, by the way.
SoftBank is ready to fix WeWork because co-dependent relationships are toxic.
SoftBank is ready to admit that it needs WeWork to survive.
Officially pulling the IPO is going to hurt, but it's time for pain at We.
KKR is starting to steal back all of those BS fees it paid in decades past.
Translation: Masa Son pulled the plug on this thing last night because of course he did.
Get a room, you guys...WeKnow a place that charges by the month.
But they’ll have the money to buy your office building/warehouse/retail location if it happens.
The Coop thinks that these PE guys are living it up on all of this artificially cheap money, totally unlike the public market guys.
WeWork's drunkest friend begs WeWork to sober up, WeWork says "Nah, I'm good."
This is all part of the show, you philistines.
With the Saudis taking a pass, the deKooning of money turns to Goldman Sachs for funding of his new work.