1. WeWork Fires 13 Employees for Policy Violations, Chairman Says  Bloomberg
  2. WeWork investigated and fired employees for breaking policies  Business Insider
  3. Here’s what WeWork is giving laid-off employees who aren’t named Adam Neumann  Vox.com
  4. The Spectacular Rise and Fall of WeWork  Bloomberg
  5. WeWork fires 13 employees for policy violations, says chairman  Livemint
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The SoftBank-installed chairman showed employees he does business differently than the company's founder, Adam Neumann.The SoftBank-installed chairman showed employees he does business differently than the company's founder, Adam Neumann.

WeWork investigated and fired employees for breaking policies - Business Insider

WeWork’s CEO walked away with $1.7 billion and left the company in shambles. His former employees say they are getting shafted.WeWork’s CEO walked away with $1.7 billion and left the company in shambles. His former employees say they are getting shafted.

Here’s what WeWork is giving laid-off employees who aren’t named Adam Neumann - Vox

“Thursday night scooplet ➡️ WeWork has fired 13 employees across Canada, Israel, Latin America & the U.S. for violating company policies relating to vendor selection & management processes, new executive chairman @marceloclaure tells staff $WE https://t.co/GXoPdAGoRu”

Gillian Tan on Twitter: "Thursday night scooplet ➡️ WeWork has fired 13 employees across Canada, Israel, Latin America & the U.S. for violating company policies relating to vendor selection & management processes, new executive chairman @marceloclaure tells staff $WE https://t.co/GXoPdAGoRu"

This is the first major action since SoftBank Group Corp. took a majority stake in WeWork.WeWork is also expected to soon dismiss thousands of employees in a bid to cut costsThis is the first major action since SoftBank Group Corp. took a majority stake in WeWork.WeWork is also expected to soon dismiss thousands of employees in a bid to cut costs

WeWork fires 13 employees for policy violations, says chairman