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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