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What’s Next for WeWork After Massive Layoffs

WeWork employees reflect on layoffs, while the beleaguered startup hires a 77-year-old adman to fix its brand image

Photo: David Dee Delgado/Getty Images

AsAs Marker reported last week, WeWork employees have been stuck in a state of purgatory for months as the troubled co-working space company weighed massive layoffs. Deliverance, if you can call it…




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Mike Hofman

Mike Hofman is a writer and editor living in New York. His work has appeared in Fortune, GQ, and Inc.

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