WeWork has a complex and costly business in China, which it cites 173 times in IPO filing
WeWork owns 59% of ChinaCo, its joint venture in China, where it has an expanding footprint.
WeWork opened an operation in Shanghai in 2016, a year before creating a joint venture with $500 million in capital from Japan's
SoftBank Group founder, chairman and CEO Masayoshi Son announces his group's earnings results on May 9, 2019, in Tokyo.
Still, China is quickly becoming a more material part of the business. Revenue there accounted for 5.5% of the total in 2018, up from 3.4% the prior year. Property and equipment there increased to 5% of the total from 2.2% over that stretch.
"The lead investor will only be able to exercise this liquidity event right if it retains all of its holdings" in the company, the filing says.Read more: CNBC
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WeWork just dropped its filing to go public, revealing its financials ahead of IPOWeWork released its much-anticipated IPO prospectus, joining a flurry of tech companies going public in 2019. if you wear the hoodie your chances of being taken serious are much better ohh 'dropped' like a single? Nice Interested in following the IPO and the short sale activity there
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