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The new law, which received initial approval from the city, is expected to take effect in February and comes with a number of requirements for hosts using the site.
Businesses are increasingly seeing the utility of enterprise services tailored to their needs, creating opportunity for nimble entrepreneurs.
The president of consumer-product invention company Quirky says startups should embrace competition, not ignore it.
A look at what happens when customers use a business for their own purposes, regardless of the company's explicit mission.
Smart phones already are integral to finding things to buy. When everything is linked to the Internet, the same technology will allow everyone to know what their neighbors have to rent.
The creation of innovative products and processes is much too important to companies and entire economies to be left to chance.
Next month, the city will start charging renters a 14 percent occupancy tax on behalf of its hosts.
Publicity stunt du jour, part II.
The 120-year-old company unveiled a new logo today, much to the amusement (and disgust) of commenters on social media.
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A new online service aims to find accommodations for brave, broke college students who are traveling.
Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers tendered a $20 million investment in the as-yet-unprofitable ephemeral messaging app last May.
Lodging-rental platform AirBnB announced that it is turning over the personal information of 124 New York City hosts at the behest of the attorney general.
Sleep tight. The furniture is already assembled and you get to keep the sheets.
Uber's recent hiring is a wakeup call to those idealistic enough to believe they don't need to fight City Hall.
The two biggest advantages a startup can have are complacent competitors and their customers resigned to the status quo.
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.
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