WeWork just filed for its highly anticipated S-1 on Wednesday, providing the first in-depth look at the controversial coworking company’s financials.
It’ll be the most highly valued startup to go public since Uber in May. But that may give investors pause. Uber — as well as Lyft and Slack, the other giant startups that debuted this year — have fared poorly since going public, trading below their offering prices.
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