Founded in 2010, the company’s business includes taking long-term leases on office buildings and promoting short-term memberships to places of work geared towards co-working. The firm was as soon as valued at $47bn on an funding of $12.8bn, primarily from Japanese multinational SoftBank. After the publication of its S-1 prospectus, however, analysts valued the company at $10bn. Trading within the struggling company’s stock was halted ahead of the opening bell on the New York stock exchange. WeWork, which stated last week the corporate does not comment on hypothesis after the Wall Street Journal reported it was planning to file for Chapter eleven bankruptcy protection, did not respond to a request for remark.
- Business credit demand is softer and mixed with strong progress within the accommodation and food companies sector, offset by weakness in the construction sector.
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