WeWork continues its listing process next week – WSJ

The US rental office company WeWork is planning to continue its listing process next week in spite of the recent speculation about its market value. According to Wall Street Journal the company has chosen Nasdaq as its marketplace and the investor road show will begin next week.

The trading of the WeWork shares are expected to star at the end of September. According to WSJ, the company has made some governance changes ahead of the process.

During the couple of weeks there has been wide speculation about the tech unicorns valuation and how the tech companies can earn money if the business model is heavily based on low interest rates economy.

 

 

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Brexit: Fast-visa track for scientists

The UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson said today that he wants the country to become a science superpower.

I want the UK to continue to be a global science superpower, and when we leave the EU we will support science and research and ensure that, far from losing out, the scientific community has a huge opportunity to develop and export our innovation around the world.

He said that this fast-track will help top scientists from science, engineering and technology to enter the country. They are also allowed to bring their families with.

Johnson also mentioned that they will expand the pool of UK research institutions and universities to able to endorse candidates and remove the need to hold an offer of employment before arriving.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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