2019-10-29 — vox.com
``... the SoftBank rescue package includes an unprecedented $1.7 billion exit package for WeWork's CEO and founder Adam Neumann, who was forced to step down in September after his poor judgment and self-dealing helped stall the IPO, which was supposed to happen that same month. It left the coworking company in desperate need of more funds. A whopping 85 percent of WeWork employees said this severance isn't fair, according to the Blind survey. Just 15 percent thought it was fair.'' -- Shocker.
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