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Every Move You Make

WeWork will be watching you

Of the company swag worn by WeWork employees, one T-shirt slogan says a lot about where the shared work-space business is headed: “bldgs=data.”

It’s hardly a surprise that WeWork Cos. wants to make money collecting and analyzing information about how people move and operate within offices. In the past year it’s pushed hard on that front, acquiring Teem, a maker of software that captures conference room bookings. In February, WeWork bought Euclid, a service that tracks

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