News and Articles About Airbnb
The home-rental platform today announced that it will automatically collect tourism taxes for guests and remit them directly to the City Hall.
The accommodations rental site says outbound travel from China on the platform has grown 700 percent in the past year.
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Facebook, Airbnb and Microsoft announced new plans to hire more women and minorities. More than 90 startups were represented at the event.
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The room-rental company launched new features aimed at making it more seamless for employees to book rooms, submit bills and keep track of expenses.
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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?
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