7 Reasons Why WeWork’s Adam Neumann Lost His Golden Parachute

WeWork’s Adam Neumann arguably got what he deserved when he lost his golden parachute. SoftBank pulling out of the $3 billion tender offer for WeWork doesn’t hurt the company as much as it hurts founder Neumann and the ones close to him.

Oyo’s Firing Spree — By-Product Of A Highly Combustible Business Model?

Oyo’s business model is filled with gaping voids just like WeWork, which turned out to be a spectacular bust and an embarrassing setback for Softbank when the market rejected its IPO valuation

Paytm raises $1 billion from Softbank, Ant and other investors

Paytm has raised the latest equity fundraise from a group of investors including existing shareholders like Ant Financial, Softbank Vision Fund and new investors including funds and accounts advised by T Rowe Price Associates Inc

Snapdeal eyes new $100 million funding push

The e-commerce player Snapdeal is reportedly in talks with investors to raise $100 million, this fund raising comes nearly after 3 years.

WeWork didn’t Work but Adam Neumann still gets $1.7 billion

Japanese telecommunications giant SoftBank is taking control of WeWork, and it is giving WeWork founder Adam Neumann the equivalent of approx $1.7 billion to sever most of his ties with the startup, according to The Wall Street Journal.

After digital payments success, Paytm eyes content market

Paytm, backed by global internet giants Alibaba and SoftBank, also has plans to start content, news, short videos, and live television on its app by September this year.

After Facebook, Meesho looks to raise $200 million from SoftBank

Recently Bengaluru-based social commerce platform Meesho raised funds from social media giant Facebook. Now the company is in discussions to raise $150-200 million, as per Livemint reports.

What’s stopping SoftBank from investing in Piramal?

A potential investment by SoftBank (Japanese multinational conglomerate) into the financial services arm of the Piramal Group will likely depend on the Indian company’s preparedness to aggressively move into the consumer finance segment,

Founder Ritesh Agarwal looks to bulk up ownership in Oyo

Oyo founder, Ritesh Agarwal is in the midst of buying back shares from early investors Sequoia Capital and Lightspeed Venture Partners to bulk up his ownership, said three people familiar with the matter.

Uber’s historic IPO debacle invokes collateral damage

Uber is officially the biggest high-profile market bust up ever| shares already down 17% | Effect being felt by investors shares Uber’s disastrous start is the rockiest IPO debut in a while, now stands 17 percent less than its initial…