'Terrible' WeWork bet caused us headaches: T. Rowe Price


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Asset management firm T. Rowe Price Group Inc has called its investment in WeWork a "debacle" that caused the firm "outsized headaches and disappointments" and left it holding shares worth just a fraction of their original value.
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