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Yes, the Pandemic Could Ultimately Save the Coworking Industry

Dropbox, WeWork, and Google all think they have the playbook for the part-time office

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Illustration: Ariel Davis

Aside from religion and politics, it’s hard to think of another topic in recent memory that has provoked more fierce debate than the concept of remote work. For years, “future of work” enthusiasts would quibble over…




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