Coworking Life After Adam Neumann

11.22.2019 - By What'd You Miss This Week

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This week, Eduard Shepman, founder & CEO of Tribes Inspiring Workplaces, a European WeWork competitor, joined to talk about the coworking industry after Adam Neumann. Perth Tolle founder of Life and Liberty Indexes, discussed Republican Senator Marco Rubio's public fight with MSCI and how people can better gauge the human rights implications of their investments. Scarlet spoke exclusively with Carole Ghosn, the wife of Carlos Ghosn to hear about her push for her husband to face trial in France one year after his arrest in Japan.
Then we discussed this week's protests in Hong Kong and the push from U.S. lawmakers to support the demonstrators. Michael Hirson, practice head of China and Northeast Asia at the Eurasia Group, talked about the impact it all could have on U.S.-China trade negotiations. Then Rory Green, China economist at TS Lombard, and Damian Sassower, chief emerging market credit strategist at Bloomberg Intelligence, talked about how markets were digesting the unrest and what impact it is having on the city's economy.

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