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11 Nov
  WeWork, bankruptcy ,US , real estate  WeWork, the desk renting company co-founded by Adam Neumann, has filed for bankruptcy in order to deal with its $13 billion in outstanding lease obligations. The group, which was once valued at $47 billion, saw its meteoric rise thwarted in 2019 when its heavy losses were exposed and during the Covid-19 pandemic with the advent of remote work.
2 Sep
The Evergrande Group filed for bankruptcy in order to safeguard its assets within the US. Many developers have been facing similar issues in China's expansive property industry.
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Virgin Orbit seemed like a promising company. It was well capitalized, had a dedicated team of talent and a functioning launch system. But launch delays, an inability to land a major customer and an evolving satellite launch market eventually got the company in hot water.

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