News and Articles About Airbnb
When a peer-to-peer startup is forced to classify workers as employees, not contractors, what are the implications? Attorney Jaia Thomas explains.
Genuinely revolutionary companies create opportunities for yet more startups. The shrewdest disruptors embrace the process to create a bigger market for everyone.
A roundup of hot tech firms already valued at more than what AOL, a veritable Internet antique, is selling for.
With the easing of relations between the two countries, U.S. companies can finally enter and do business in the long-forbidden Cuban market.
For business owners, the sharing economy is too big an opportunity to miss and too big a risk not to mitigate, according to a new report by PricewaterhouseCoopers.
The LinkedIn co-founder's investments in Facebook, Airbnb and Dropbox more than paid off. Will Silicon Valley's 'startup whisperer' be on the money about Bitcoin, too?
Exploring New Markets
The nice thing about competitors is they prove there is a market but the entrepreneurial pioneers have a tougher path to success.
The accommodations booking platform announces more than 1,000 listings in the island that, for more than 50 years, has been off limits to U.S. citizens.
This new startup connects boat owners with renters.
Here are some other services cashing in on home-sharing cool.
This special coverage looks into the forces behind 2014's venture capital confidence.
Starting a Business
What if you could get a side hustle that would help bring in a healthy secondary income to alleviate some of that financial stress?
With alternatives like Airbnb, should business travelers still check into hotels?
The sharing economy increasingly looks like the quickest route to your own business for most people.