Markets Drop While WeWork Tries To Go Public

  • MARKET MOVES: The stock market fell roughly three percent on Wednesday, then stabilized Thursday. More details below in our She Saves section, but this Reuters piece on the U.S.-China trade war is related.

  • WEWORK: WeWork, the office space provider, has filed an S-1, or the document necessary to complete an initial public offering in the United States. It's bonkers. ReCode has more.

  • UNFAIR: When Glenn Thrush and Maggie Haberman's book deal fell through, Thrush, despite sexual harassment allegations against him, got to keep the money. Haberman did not, according to BuzzFeed News.

  • FAMILY LEAVE: A couple working for the law firm Jones Day is suing it over paid family leave, according to the New York Times.

  • WW: Weight Watchers has released an app for children, which is really bad. Elle explains why.