WeWork just filed for its highly anticipated S-1 on Wednesday, providing the first in-depth look at the controversial coworking company’s financials.
It’ll be the most highly valued startup to go public since Uber in May. But that may give investors pause. Uber — as well as Lyft and Slack, the other giant startups that debuted this year — have fared poorly since going public, trading below their offering prices.
Join Business Insider senior tech correspondent Troy Wolverton and senior asset management reporter Meghan Morris as they break down the WeWork S-1 in a webinar on August 14 at 1 pm EST.
We’ll tell you everything you need to know about the $47 billion co-working company, from concerns around how its business model might fare in a recession, to the role of its controversial CEO Adam Neumann, to the rise of competitors like Industrious and Convene.
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