Law360 (September 5, 2019, 5:42 PM EDT) -- The parent company of the workspace sharing company WeWork is considering slashing its valuation, the Wall Street Journal reported Thursday. The report comes as the company plans to go public amid what the Journal said was skepticism of its business model and corporate governance. According to the report, We Co. could price the offering in a way that values the company at around $20 billion, down from its previously reported valuation of $47 billion.
Texas-based ExxonMobil has inked an up to $4 billion deal to sell its Norwegian oil and gas assets, Reuters reported Thursday. According to the report, the deal ends its...
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