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.
Jay Clayton's people come to the conclusion that this IPO market might not be technically criminal, but it is certainly very extremely dumb.
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.
Average comp is down 50% at 200 West Street, unless you're a robot, in which case, you're taking John Rogers' job.
Officially pulling the IPO is going to hurt, but it's time for pain at We.
Maybe We should highlight Artie Minson's other gigs?
Hard to see how Jamie is going to be Neumann's personal banker from THE OVAL OFFICE.
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.
SmileDirect is not finding much love today.
WeWork's drunkest friend begs WeWork to sober up, WeWork says "Nah, I'm good."
This is escalating quickly.
Adam Neumann is experimenting with quasi-realistic thinking.
In a new lawsuit, the owner of 120 East 16th Street accuses WeWork of playing bait and switch with deposits.