The WeWork business model is neither new, nor particularly unique in its basic form, though access to capital and scaling ambitions have put that model on steroids.
In the year full of bi-ticket tech IPOs, it is ironic that a food company, Beyond Meat, has managed to deliver the most dazzling post-IPO performance of any of the listings
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In order to stay competitive IT companies are already retiring high-cost employees and replacing them with younger ones.
Latha Venkatesh of CNBC-TV18 caught up with Aswath Damodaran - Professor of Finance at the Stern School of Business at New York University.
In the US alone, Uber has been involved in at least 173 US lawsuits since October 2012, a review of Westlaw dockets shows, while rival Lyft has been involved in 66 and lodging service Airbnb has been a party to just 20.
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