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WeWork's Ousted Founder Is Back With a Real Estate Startup

Adam Neumann guided the coworking company to the upper echelon of tech, positioning it to have a historic IPO. Then it all collapsed amid concerns over its business model and financial stability. The board eventually removed Neumann from his role as CEO. Now he's back with another startup called Flow, but not everyone is happy with it and the $350 million investment it received from Andreessen Horowitz.

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    The WeWork Founder Tries Again with a Real Estate Startup

    WeWork’s former CEO has a new startup, reportedly valued at more than $1 billion
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    WeWork’s former CEO has a new startup, reportedly valued at more than $1 billion

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    CNN Business — Nearly three years after Adam Neumann stepped down as CEO of WeWork following a failed attempt to take the company public, he is said to once again be in charge of a billion-dollar real estate startup. Andreessen Horowitz, the prominent venture capital firm known for its early …

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