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Original sin

23 September 2019 By Liam Proud

On paper, Adam Neumann controls the cash-burning office-share firm he co-founded. In reality, the company’s need for capital means investors like SoftBank call the shots, and might even oust him as CEO. Supervoting shares mean nothing absent a way to make money.

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