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Airbnb Hands Over Names While Burger King Moves North: Weekly News Roundup

Data & Featured Lists Editor
3 min read

Before you start your Labor Day weekend, check out our weekly news digest designed especially for your busy schedule. Here are some of the headlines you might have missed from the past week:

  • Airbnb hands over host data. Cat Clifford explains why New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman requested the names of more than 100 hosts and why the peer-to-peer rental company complied. 

  • Burger King is moving to Canada. Kate Taylor explains the fast food chain's $11 billion acquisition of Tim Hortons.

  • The gadget that force-landed a plane. An innovative device is sparking some controversy after it caused an in-flight brawl between two frustrated United Airlines passengers -- and diverted an entire plane. Laura Entis has the details.


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