(Reuters) - WeWork has started a search for a new chief executive following the departure of co-founder Adam Neumann, people familiar with the matter said on Monday, as the U.S. office-sharing start-up
WeWork is in discussions to hire John Legere, the trash-talking executive who turned T-Mobile around, as its new CEO, according to The Wall Street Journal. WeWork has had a chaotic two months since a messy
John Legere, the chief executive of T-Mobile US, is in talks to become the next chief executive of WeWork following the departure of co-founder Adam Neumann. The office space rental business is seeking
Topline: As SoftBank continues its efforts to turn around WeWork, the embattled office-sharing startup has held talks with T-Mobile CEO John Legere about becoming the company’s new chief executive, the
WeWork’s former CEO Adam Neumann, whose erratic behavior and questionable leadership decisions led to him being pushed out of the company he founded, is a tough act to follow. Now, SoftBank, the investment
New York (CNN Business) — T-Mobile and Sprint are hoping to complete their merger soon. But the man positioned to head that new company is in talks to lead another major undertaking: a rescue mission WeWork.