By Harnessing Israeliness, WeWork Joins the Ranks of Uber, Airbnb

Company founder and CEO Adam Neumann says his kibbutz childhood and Israeli army service molded WeWork, nicknamed 'Kibbutz 2.0' and valued at $20 billion. It's a mission, not just a business, he explains

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Adam Neumann. According to the Forbes rankings in February, his assets are estimated at $2.4 billion.
Adam Neumann. According to the Forbes rankings in February, his assets are estimated at $2.4 billion.Credit: Ron Kedman
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A terrace at WeWork Kinzie, Chicago. Credit: WeWork
WeWork in South Bank, London. A real estate or a technology company?Credit: WeWork
Meeting in WeWork at 401 Park Avenue South, New York.Credit: WeWork

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