Adam Neumann is the CEO of We Company, the parent of the well-known office-sharing business WeWork, which recently had to delay its stock market launch due to investor worries at some pretty major governance issues.
The somewhat charismatic professional loose-cannon has drummed up masses of support for his WeWork project, with investors trusting his Silicon Valley-style approach to commercial property rental. Despite this, WeWork has never been profitable, reportedly losing $2 for every $1 made in revenue. But where does the problem lie? All eyes are on Neumann.
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