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WeWork to cut about 300 jobs globally

WeWork to cut about 300 jobs globally
WeWork to cut about 300 jobs globally Copyright Thomson Reuters 2023
Copyright Thomson Reuters 2023
By Reuters
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- WeWork Inc said on Thursday it plans to cut about 300 roles across countries to cut costs as high inflation weighs on office workspace spending.

The New York-based company, which offers workstations, private offices and customized floors, had enjoyed a pandemic-driven shift to flexible work outside traditional offices.

But with companies cutting their spending, WeWork is looking to reduce its real estate footprint and workforce to prepare for a looming recession.

The company said on Thursday it expects to report fourth-quarter revenue and adjusted EBITDA above its earlier expectations.

WeWork in November announced its exit from 40 U.S. locations and said it expected fourth-quarter revenue between $870 million and $890 million, below Wall Street's target of $923.8 million.

It also forecast adjusted EBITDA to be negative $65 million to negative $85 million.

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