Subscriber Account active since. Since then, the company has rebranded as The We Company and expanded into other ventures , including co-living subsidiary WeLive and the "conscious entrepreneurial school" WeGrow , among others. Melia Robinson originally authored this post, which has since been updated. Additional reporting by Lisa Eadicicco.
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WeWork is an American commercial real estate company that provides shared workspaces for technology startups and services for other enterprises. Founded in , it is headquartered in New York City. WeWork designs and builds physical and virtual  shared spaces and office services for entrepreneurs and companies. The Wall Street Journal noted that upon the release of its public prospectus in August , the company was "besieged with criticism over its governance, business model, and ability to turn a profit. In September , following mounting pressure from investors based on disclosures WeWork had made in its S-1 filing in preparation for a stock market listing IPO , company co-founder Adam Neumann resigned from his position as CEO and gave up majority voting control in WeWork. Amid growing investor concerns over its corporate governance, valuation, and outlook for the business, WeWork also formally withdrew its S-1 filing and announced the postponing of its IPO. What separates us, though, is community. WeWork investors as of included J. In January , WeWork was chosen by Fortune magazine as one of its three unicorns to bet against.