Despite free-flowing kombucha, WeWork tenants feel unease

In this Monday, Nov. 4, 2019 photo, from left to right, Steve Motino, Lea Knio, Samuel Brownsword, Axel Hellman and Anthony Giordano, of OurBus, meet in their WeWork office space, in New York. WeWork is slashing the lavish spending that has fueled its breakneck growth while racking up unsustainable losses. Experts are skeptical that the office-sharing company can achieve meaningful cost reductions without somehow squeezing tenants.

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