News and Articles About Airbnb
Airbnb and Uber both announced new services exclusively targeting businesses, but will travelers look beyond a host of security and regulatory issues plaguing the sharing economy?
Look out, Airbnb, Dropbox and Uber: there's reportedly a new $10 billion business on the block.
The case of an Airbnb guest who overstayed his welcome and now is a legal tenant raises critical questions about what the home-rental platform can do to protect its hosts.
Uber, Airbnb and TaskRabbit are growing in popularity and should continue to rise. Now's the time to look at your business and see if you can follow those companies' paths.
Amid some iffy publicity and legal issues, accommodation-rental start up startup Airbnb rolls out a rebrand and receives a less than stellar response.
The accommodation-rental site relaunched its website and rolled out a new logo. The logo, in particular, has been met with some pretty vitriolic feedback.
Technology and the profit motive are creating more opportunity for entrepreneurs and better prices for consumers.
By 2025, Helsinki aims to have residents get around on trains, bikes, and with car-sharing rides. Nobody will own their own car.
The City Attorney says that MonkeyParking an app that allow users to pay for information about available spots is selling the use of public parking spaces, not information.
The digital revolution means that marginal costs of production are approaching zero in many industries. Heres what it means going forward.
A cross between Peapod and Uber, Instacart allows customers to select items online from their favorite grocery stores and have them picked up and delivered by locals.
Airbnb and Uber may seem revolutionary now, but they're just the beginning of a much larger movement, says venture capitalist Fred Wilson.
The apartment-rental platform is no stranger to controversy and criticism, but its founders say determination is everything.
While the initiative marks a brand new foray for Airbnb, it is not the first company to the communal dining party.
A day after a New York judge stalled a subpoena seeking data on Airbnb users, the state attorney general has filed a revised subpoena.
A New York State Supreme Court judge threw out the subpoena requesting Airbnb user records.
Digitally-minded startups are taking to TV to raise their profiles and reach new users.
Sharing economy travel companies like Airbnb and Time & Place are gaining recognition among business and luxury travelers.
Be sure to describe the consumer pain to be relieved by the enterprise and how big a wedge can be driven between what customers are willing to pay and the costs.
Big-name Silicon Valley investors and leaders participated in panel discussion on entrepreneurship -- as well as a 'Shark Tank' of sorts -- at Colgate University this weekend.
If the internet has created a space where consumers are free to sound off at will on sites like Yelp, to what extent do business owners have the right to respond?
The online home rental startup is reportedly in advanced talks to raise funding that would make it more valuable than some large hotel operators.
The companies that win big are those that believe that everything they do is to support and drive growth.
These promising tenderfoots are steamrolling ahead on the rocky road to making it big in business.
No one wins with traditional marketing. With the right mindset and approach, you too can hack your business's growth.