Barring that, it welcomes your green finance dreams.
The greatest financial performance artist in history has settled for the easy and derivative.
The case of Adam Neumann vs. Masa Son will be one for the books.
Masa Son’s got bad news for the Saudis.
In his latest piece of financial performance art, Masa Son is getting sued by himself.
Son himself would have the stones to do it, of course, but does Not Adam Neumann?
This is some masterful put-up-or-shut-up stuff.
On second thought, SoftBank might not need the extra $3 billion in equity, thanks.
He gets to sell Sprint and its $40 billion in debt and lives to do something else bizarre.
The Japanese, on the other hand, are proving a bit more open because, you know, SoftBank.
One solitary slide in the WeWork autopsy report to SoftBank investors is a true encapsulation of the artist's soul.
The Adam Neumann platinum parachute lawsuits are coming in hot, and the first one is a doozy.
In fact, Mr. Neri Oxman thinks the whole thing is worth roughly $0.
Seeing a hypothetical $40 billion go up in allegorical smoke is having an impact on the greatest living performance artist in finance.
Masa Son remains clearly determined to make Neumann look like a transformative business genius.
SoftBank is ready to fix WeWork because co-dependent relationships are toxic.
SoftBank is ready to admit that it needs WeWork to survive.