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FILE - This Nov. 5, 2019 file photo shows a WeWork office space in New York. WeWork says it racked up $1.25 billion in losses in the third quarter as it geared up for an ultimately scuttled stock market debut 
WeWork's losses more than doubled between June-September, compared to the same period the previous year, as the office-sharing company spent heavily in pursuit of aggressive growth.(AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

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WeWork's losses more than doubled between June-September, compared to the same period the previous year, as the office-sharing company spent heavily in pursuit of aggressive growth.(AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)" data-mce-source="Associated Press" data-mce-caption="FILE – This Nov. 5, 2019 file photo shows a WeWork office space in New York. WeWork says it racked up $1.25 billion in losses in the read more >>>

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