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SoftBank Invested $18.5 Billion in WeWork to Rescue the Real Estate Company

Lately, an American real estate company that provides shared workspaces for technology startups WeWork has been experiencing hard times. Because of the crisis, the firm abandoned its IPO plan, forfeited its CEO Adam Neumann, and found itself on the brink of bankruptcy. When WeWork gave up all hopes of survival, a Japanese multinational conglomerate SoftBank stepped in and made an attempt to save the firm with a capital infusion of about $8 billion. As we have reported, Softbank provided the...

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WeWork Retraces Steps On IPO and Postpones It Indefinitely

The We Company, WeWork’s parent company, has officially moved to withdraw its S-1 filing, with the intention of postponing its earlier announced and widely talked about initial public offering (IPO). The company’s intention to go public was initially announced on the 14th of August but has gotten a lot of backlash since then, especially because of the company’s governance structure.WeWork has been consistently criticized for not just its governance structure, but also the company’s staggering...

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SoftBank Is Currently Considering Giving WeWork Another $1 Billion

SoftBank Group Corp., a Japanese multinational conglomerate holding company and the largest investor in WeWork, is currently deliberating on investing an additional $1 billion into the space sharing startup. This deliberation involves the revisiting certain terms in the warrant agreement between the two firms.Before now, SoftBank had concluded terms with WeWork for an investment of $1.5 billion before the company’s issues seemed to intensify, forcing it to discontinue its earlier agreed-upon...

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