Michelle Chapman, Ap Business Writer
Updated 7:47 am CDT, Wednesday, August 14, 2019
Office space-sharing company WeWork is getting ready to go public, adding to a growing list of tech businesses making such a move this year.
WeWork, which recently renamed itself The We Co., said in a regulatory filing Wednesday that it now has 527,000 memberships across 29 countries. More than 50% of its members are outside the U.S., as of June.
WeWork, which began in 2010, had a loss of $689.7 million on revenue of $1.54 billion for the six months ended June 30. That compares with a loss of $628.1 million on revenue of $763.8 million in the prior-year period.
WeWork plans to list under the “WE” ticker symbol. It did not disclose what platform it plans to trade shares on.
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