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WeWork Puts Two More Businesses Up for Sale

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WeWork is putting two more recently acquired companies up for sale as it looks to raise cash, according to two people familiar with the matter. 

The latest on the block: Teem, which provides conference room scheduling software, and SpaceIQ, which makes workplace management software. WeWork bought Teem last fall for $94 million in cash, while it acquired SpaceIQ just three months ago. The price for SpaceIQ wasn’t disclosed. The two companies have a combined 100 or so employees, according to LinkedIn. 

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