“Too much money and no guardrails:” WeWork book authors dish on collapse

Whenever Eliot Brown heard another wild Adam Neumann anecdote, he’d tell his editor. And the response would be: “Why are you not working on a profile of him again?” So Brown, armed with a perma-smirk and a background in real estate reporting, started gathering string. There was plenty to go around. Even in an era of Silicon Valley excess, Neumann, the co-founder and chief executive of WeWork, distinguished himself. When Brown’s profile ran in the