Israeli-American businessman and disgraced former WeWork CEO Adam Neumann is planning a new secret business venture relating to the global coronavirus pandemic, an insider told The New York Post on Saturday.
The 41-year-old reportedly has “big plans,” the insider claimed, and is “waiting for the right time to announce them,” though what it has to do with COVID-19 remains to be seen.
It is unclear what this next venture is for the disgraced entrepreneur, who is currently the subject of a new Hulu documentary on his rise and fall as WeWork’s CEO – though according to the insider, he has
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