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Recent articles by Lucinda:

Less Risk, More 'Reliability': Coworking Giant IWG Seeks to Capitalize on WeWork's Stumbles

IWG is embracing a franchise model as it looks to capitalize on WeWork's disastrous foray into the public markets. → Read More

WeWork Founder Adam Neumann Is Out the Door—His Friends May be Next

WeWork's Adam Neumann recruited friends and family members to work for him. He also bought his college buddy's SEO company. They all look likely to go as the company slims down for another run at an IPO. → Read More

‘Difficult Decisions Ahead’: WeWork’s co-CEOs Address Employees in First Memo

In their first address to employees, co-CEOs Artie Minson and Sebastian Gunningham seemed to warn that WeWork's heady days of costly growth may be a thing of the past. → Read More

WeWork is Just the Latest Miss in SoftBank's Rocky Year

As the coworking company struggles to enter the public market, it's one of several recent bets that have yet to pay off for the Japanese giant. → Read More

The Hong Kong Protests Are Already Having an Impact on Estée Lauder

Protests in Hong Kong over China's control as well as trade war tensions have already had an impact on cosmetics giant Estée Lauder, according to the skincare and foundation maker's CFO, Tracy T. Travis. → Read More

Are We Near a Recession? The Godfather of the Inverted Yield Curve Says It's 'Code Red'

One of the initial curves that finance professor Campbell Harvey examined, the 5-year to the 3-month, has been inverted since February. → Read More

Are We Near a Recession? The Godfather of the Inverted Yield Curve Says It's 'Code Red'

One of the initial curves that finance professor Campbell Harvey examined, the 5-year to the 3-month, has been inverted since February. → Read More

Would You Invest in WeWork? Here’s the Bull and Bear Case Before its IPO

WeWork's big plans (and big losses) have divided Wall Street. Here's why its IPO has a chance—or not. → Read More

Tala, A Company that Offers Loans For As Little As $10, Just Raised $110 Million

On Wednesdsay, Tala, a Santa Monica-based provider of micro-loans to individuals in the emerging markets, announced a $110 million Series D raise led by RPS Ventures— a firm backed by SoftBank Group, Yahoo! co-founder Jerry Yang, and Alibaba co-founder Joseph Tsai's Blue Pool Capital. → Read More

Due to an Unusual Clause, WeWork Founder Could Make Millions If the Company Hits a Market Cap of $90 Billion

"As the Company grew, our board of directors desired to provide a significant incentive to Adam to conduct an initial public offering," reads the filing in part. → Read More

How This 139-Year-Old Container Company Became One of the Hottest Stocks on the S&P 500

Ball Corp, a 139-year-old can packaging company, is one of the best returning stocks this year thanks to plastic bans, health awareness, and climate change. → Read More

Investors Aren't Dumping Gun Stocks Following Mass Shootings–They're Picking Up More

Shares of Sturm, Ruger & Co, Vista, and American Outdoor have actually seen gains following horrific shootings. → Read More

Capital One's Data Breach Could Cost the Company up to $500 Million

The company could be on the hook for between $100 million and $500 million in fines, according to an early estimate by Morgan Stanley. → Read More

How Intel Made a 528% Return on China's New 'Nasdaq'

Intel's venture capital subsidiary Intel Capital, paid $175.1 million for what is now a 9% stake in a fellow chipmaker, Montage Technology, according to filings with the Shanghai Stock Exchange. → Read More

China's 'Nasdaq' Soared 140% on its First Day and Minted 3 Billionaires

STAR Market, China's new tech-based stock exchange, began trading with a first day bump. → Read More

Lender SecFi Closes $6 Million Funding Round

The company caters to employees at a wave of startups that are staying private longer. → Read More

How These VCs Were Won Over by Airbnb

"We had that reaction, that it was a crazy idea," Sequoia's Alfred Lin told the audience at the Fortune Brainstorm Tech conference in Aspen. → Read More

Term Sheet — Friday June 28

APPLE’S AUTONOMOUS VEHICLE AMBITIONS Hello Term Sheet readers. Lucinda here again until Polina’s return following the July 4 holidays. In the meantime, please send deals to Apple acquired ailing autonomous vehicle startup earlier this week for what was reportedly a discount to its $200 million peak valuation, and less than what the company had raised in its… → Read More

A Key Citi SPAC IPO Banker Has Left the Bank

As the amount raised through SPACs continues to grow. → Read More

Here's What to Expect When Slack Shares Start Trading Thursday

Slack is expected to list directly on the NYSE on Thursday. But don't expect a first day "pop." → Read More