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WeWork’s ‘Cities’ Team Departs

WeWork has bigger problems right now than figuring out how to fix cities, so it isn’t a shock that one of the company’s latest high-level departures is Di-Ann Eisnor, who held the title “CWeO of Cities” and reported to Adam Neumann.  Under Eisnor, WeWork had hired a group of designers, researchers and engineers focused on urban problems such as housing affordability and constructing buildings...

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WarnerMedia CEO Unveils Major Reorg that Promotes New Head of Streaming

WarnerMedia on Friday announced a major reorganization that elevates streaming executive Andy Forssell to oversee the company’s global direct-to-consumer business, including HBO Max, reporting directly to new CEO Jason Kilar. 

The new structure, which resulted in the departure of two top entertainment executives, also streamlines programming of its networks, studio and HBO Max under ...

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