1. WeWork is reportedly considering big governance changes in order to rescue its flailing IPO  Business Insider
  2. WeWork Founder’s Fortune Plunges as Angst Spreads Ahead of IPO  Bloomberg
  3. WeWork is worth 70% below where it last raised money, NYU's 'dean of valuation' says  CNBC
  4. SoftBank and WeWork Are as Bad as Each Other  Bloomberg
  5. WeWork Mystery: Who Owns 75% of Its Junk Bonds?  Bloomberg
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WeWork is considering making major changes to its governance to boost its appeal to investors ahead of its planned initial public offering, Bloomberg repo... WeWork is considering making major changes to its governance to boost its appeal to investors ahead of its planned initial public offering, Bloomberg repo...

WeWork is reportedly considering big governance changes in order to rescue its flailing IPO | Markets Insider

Office-sharing startup WeWork is pressing ahead with plans to go public despite lukewarm interest in its shares, three sources said, leaving its largest investor, SoftBank Group, with a stark choice: take a haircut or pony up even more cash. The We Company, WeWork's parent, may seek a valuation as low…

WeWork presses on with IPO, pushing SoftBank into a corner - Japan Today

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“We’re excited to partner with Gabriel and the team @QuintoAndar as they disrupt how people find housing. They’re part of a global transformation and @SoftBank is proud to invest. https://t.co/DRrh8MeIKN”

MarceloClaure on Twitter: "We’re excited to partner with Gabriel and the team @QuintoAndar as they disrupt how people find housing. They’re part of a global transformation and @SoftBank is proud to invest. https://t.co/DRrh8MeIKN"

“It's interesting that WeWork bonds aren't falling more than they have in light of plummeting expectations for the company's public valuation. This suggests that there's a lot of faith that SoftBank will keep backing the company, regardless of whether it IPOs.”

Lisa Abramowicz on Twitter: "It's interesting that WeWork bonds aren't falling more than they have in light of plummeting expectations for the company's public valuation. This suggests that there's a lot of faith that SoftBank will keep backing the company, regardless of whether it IPOs.… https://t.co/XPBko9VIGc"

“Is WeWork IPO going to happen or not? SoftBank reportedly wants a delay. But even if We Company does go public, investor skepticism may hurt the stock. I'll discuss with @richardquest on @cnni around 12:03 ET.”

Paul R. La Monica on Twitter: "Is WeWork IPO going to happen or not? SoftBank reportedly wants a delay. But even if We Company does go public, investor skepticism may hurt the stock. I'll discuss with @richardquest on @cnni around 12:03 ET."

“Not clear whether their pledge “to elevate human consciousness” will also be delayed? 😉. What do you think ⁦@profgalloway⁩ ? #fakepurpose SoftBank urges WeWork to shelve IPO https://t.co/GWKOkVUGZi”

John Wood on Twitter: "Not clear whether their pledge “to elevate human consciousness” will also be delayed? 😉. What do you think ⁦@profgalloway⁩ ? #fakepurpose SoftBank urges WeWork to shelve IPO https://t.co/GWKOkVUGZi"

The We Company is considering valuation roughly one-third of what the firm was valued at only months ago, sources say. The We Company is considering valuation roughly one-third of what the firm was valued at only months ago, sources say.

WeWork's IPO plan looks increasingly troubled | News | Al Jazeera

The Japanese investor that has pumped $10 billion into Wework is demanding that the shared offices provider postpone its planned stock market float.The property group, which is losing $5 million a day, has been preparing to go public over the next few weeks at a mooted valuation of nearly $50 billiThe Japanese investor that has pumped $10 billion into Wework is demanding that the shared offices provider postpone its planned stock market float. The property group, which is losing $5 million a...

Softbank demands delay to Wework float as price falls | Business | The Times

The company's valuation has plummeted as investors have raised governance concernsThe company's valuation has plummeted as investors have raised governance concerns

SoftBank and WeWork discuss shelving coworking firm's IPO - The National

WeWork may make changes to its corporate governance ahead of its initial public offering to reassure wary investors, Bloomberg News reported Tuesday night....WeWork may make changes to its corporate governance ahead of its initial public offering to reassure wary investors, Bloomberg News reported Tuesday night....

WeWork may make governance changes to proceed with IPO: report - MarketWatch

WeWork is considering major changes to governance to assuage investor concerns ahead of an initial public offering this month.WeWork is considering major changes to governance to assuage investor concerns ahead of an initial public offering this month.

WeWork considers leadership changes ahead of IPO

The WeWork business model is neither new, nor particularly unique in its basic form, though access to capital and scaling ambitions have put that model on steroids.The WeWork business model is neither new, nor particularly unique in its basic form, though access to capital and scaling ambitions have put that model on steroids.

Runaway story or meltdown in motion? The unraveling of the WeWork IPO - Moneycontrol.com

: THE BUSINESS TIMES Technology - SOFTBANK Group, a leading shareholder in the holding company of US office-sharing startup WeWork, has urged it to shelve a planned IPO on concerns over the valuation, the Financial Times reported on Monday. . Read more at The Business Times.THE BUSINESS TIMES - SOFTBANK Group, a leading shareholder in the holding company of US office-sharing startup WeWork, has urged it to shelve a planned IPO on concerns over the valuation, the

SoftBank urges WeWork to shelve IPO over valuation concerns: FT, Technology - THE BUSINESS TIMES

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WeWork sold $702 million of junk bonds in a debut offering in April 2018, with $669 million still outstanding.WeWork sold $702 million of junk bonds in a debut offering in April 2018, with $669 million still outstanding.

WeWork: WeWork’s IPO is in flux and its bondholders are getting nervous

Softbank has invested billions in the co-working giant, has control over WeWork's Asia business and is yet to release a $1.5B commitmentSoftBank has been WeWork’s biggest backer, pouring more than $10 billion into a ballooning startup that has attracted increasing skepticism. Now, the market’s frigid reception of WeWork’s IPO is putting the companies’ relationship to a test. SoftBank is urging WeWork’s parent company to shelve it

WeWork and Softbank send conflicting IPO messages

Softbank has invested billions in the co-working giant, has control over WeWork's Asia business and is yet to release a $1.5B commitment

WeWork and Softbank send conflicting IPO messages