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WeWork has surrendered three lease commitments in Hong Kong as the US co-working giant continues to restructure its portfolio, according to a person with knowledge of the matter who spoke to Mingtiandi.
Mingtiandi understands that WeWork has surrendered its centre… Read More>>
Softbank has withdrawn its proposal to buy $3 billion in WeWork shares, following through on a letter to investors sent last month threatening a U-turn on the deal which gave it control of the troubled co-working pioneer.
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Softbank has reportedly pulled back from buying $3 billion in WeWork shares from existing shareholders, citing legal investigations of the company’s management and a possible restructuring of the co-working giant’s China business.
The Japanese investment firm sent a letter to… Read More>>
Shared office provider WeWork has found a new chief executive as the financially challenged company takes another step in its struggle for profitability.
Brookfield Properties executive Sandeep Mathrani will join the New York-based firm as CEO on 18 February, according… Read More>>
Singapore’s Temasek Holdings, together with Shanghai-based investment manager Trustbridge Partners, has offered to buy up a majority stake in the China operations of troubled flexible office operator Wework, according to a report by Reuters today.
The Singapore government fund and… Read More>>
It has only been a few days since China’s largest co-working operator officially filed a prospectus for its US IPO, but Ucommune’s debut on the New York Stock Exchange is already said to be facing opposition from its own bankers… Read More>>
Kr Space has surrendered its lease in Hong Kong’s Times Square, bringing to a close the mainland co-working startup’s ill-fated venture into the Asian financial hub, according to industry sources who spoke with Mingtiandi.
The Beijing-based operator, which completed a… Read More>>
Adding to the pain of the We Company’s IPO fail in September, the parent firm of shared workspace provider WeWork revealed in an investor presentation this week that its losses reached $1.25 billion in the third quarter of this year.
Soho 3Q, the loss-making flexible office unit of developer Soho China, is reported to have sold a portfolio of 11 co-working centres in Beijing and Shanghai for an undisclosed amount, according to a local media account.
Representatives of the buyer,… Read More>>
Mainland co-working operator Ucommune is said to have filed for an initial public offering with the US securities regulator and is targeting a public listing before the end of the year, according to media reports.
The Beijing-based shared office unicorn,… Read More>>