Airbnb Is Now the Third-Highest Valued Startup After Massive $1.5 Billion Funding Round
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The new round reportedly raises the startup's valuation to $25.5 billion.
General Atlantic Inc., Chinese firm Hillhouse Capital Group and Tiger Global Management lead the round, according to the Journal. Also involved in the round are public funds like Wellington Management and Baillie Gifford, which invest in private companies ahead of IPOs.
An investor slide deck viewed by The Wall Street Journal's Rolfe Winkler said the company had bookings of $2.2 billion, double the level one year ago. The company also generated $340 million in revenue in the third quarter, according to the Journal.