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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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Elon Musk Micromanages Twitter, as Subscription Push Nears
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Elon Musk is bringing new meaning to the term “hands-on management” in his overhaul of Twitter. In the weeks since he took control of the social media company, a period in which over two-thirds of its employees have departed through either resignations or firings, Musk has immersed himself in the projects he is most interested in. He has spent hours with the team in charge of a...
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Microsoft Eyes ‘Super App’ to Break Apple and Google’s Hold on Mobile Search
Microsoft recently considered building a “super app” that could combine shopping, messaging, web search, news feeds and other services in a one-stop smartphone app, in what would be an ambitious move by the software giant to expand further into consumer services, according to people with direct knowledge of the discussions.
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The Passion of Cathie Wood: Why the ‘Wackiest Portfolio Manager on Earth’ Isn’t Losing Faith
Cathie Wood was sitting in a phone booth in the New York office of Ark Invest when she heard Tasha Keeney, one of the firm’s analysts, let out a scream—“a happy scream,” Wood recalled.
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Crypto and AI-Focused Sequoia Partner Is Leaving the Firm
Sequoia Capital partner Divya Gupta is leaving the firm just weeks after the storied venture capital firm apologized to limited partners about its $214 million investment in the now-bankrupt crypto exchange FTX.
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