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The battle between hotels and Airbnb continues to heat up
Los Angeles Times • Hugo Martin
Court Decision Gives Airbnb a Temporary Win in Miami
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Making Dough With Home Sharing: How A Small Pie Company Became Part Of The 'Airbnb Business Cycle'
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Airbnb Is Quietly Testing Flexible Payment Options For Guests
Fast Company • Ruth Reader
Honing its dynamic pricing formula, Vacasa wants to make homeowners more cash than Airbnb
TechCrunch • Taylor Hatmaker
Will hotels destroy faster than Airbnb builds?
The Hill • Dan Rene, Opinion Contributor
How Will Airbnb Fare When A Recession Hits?
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Seattle grapples with Airbnb in proposal to limit hosts to two properties
TechCrunchTaylor Hatmaker
Seattle will move forward with plans to restrict how many units its residents can list on short-term rentals platforms like Airbnb and VRBO. Keeping things a little more lax than cities that have adopted a one-host, one-home policy, Seattle’s proposal would allow...
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Extended Stay Serves a New Generation of Travelers and 7 Other Hospitality Trends This Week
SkiftSarah Enelow, Skift
Throughout the week we post dozens of original stories, connecting the dots across the travel industry, and every weekend we sum it all up. This weekend roundup examines hospitality. For all of our weekend roundups, go here. >>With so many hotel mergers...
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Accommodations & Lodging, Airbnb Inc
The battle between hotels and Airbnb continues to heat up
Los Angeles TimesHugo Martin
The nation’s hotel industry has for years shrugged off competition from short-term rentals, booked through sites like Airbnb and VBRO, saying they pose no major threat. That is no longer the case. The American Hotel and Lodging Assn., the trade group for...
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Court Decision Gives Airbnb a Temporary Win in Miami
SkiftAssociated Press
A judge is siding with the home-sharing platform Airbnb in its legal dispute with the city of Miami by issuing a preliminary ruling against the city’s ban. Airbnb said in a news release that a Miami-Dade judge’s temporary restraining order Wednesday prevents...
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Making Dough With Home Sharing: How A Small Pie Company Became Part Of The 'Airbnb Business Cycle'
ForbesContributor, My Say
My sister, Melissa, and I grew up in a small town in South Dakota where we worked in a restaurant owned by our mother and aunt, and where our grandmother made all the pies. I moved to Brooklyn in 1999, and after...
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Accommodations & Lodging, Airbnb Inc
Airbnb Is Quietly Testing Flexible Payment Options For Guests
Fast CompanyRuth Reader
This weekend I was staring at my computer screen and trying to picture myself lying prone on a chaise, under a blue umbrella, on a sunny day somewhere along Italy’s Amalfi coast. I’m in the lucky position of planning my honeymoon—that wonderful...
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Honing its dynamic pricing formula, Vacasa wants to make homeowners more cash than Airbnb
TechCrunchTaylor Hatmaker
With updates to its dynamic pricing system, Vacasa wants to offer smartly priced vacation rentals with an algorithm that takes everything and the kitchen sink into account. A self-described tortoise to Airbnb’s hare, the Portland-based tech-fueled property management company argues that automated...
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Will hotels destroy faster than Airbnb builds?
The HillDan Rene, Opinion Contributor
Morton Blackwell, founder of the conservative Leadership Institute, is well-known for establishing the “Laws of the Public Policy Process.” Blackwell’s rules have guided countless successful political and policy campaigns since the institute’s founding in 1979. Despite the long track record of success...
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How Will Airbnb Fare When A Recession Hits?
ForbesContributor Quora
We don't know what Airbnb's cash reserves are because the information is not publicly disclosed. Airbnb has raised equity and debt capital, the latter most likely being convertible debt. I've seen over-leveraged companies buckle during a recession because they cannot service their...
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Airbnb to Launch Humanitarian Division
The Wall Street JournalSarah Medford
AS THE CHIEF PRODUCT OFFICER of Airbnb, the home-sharing platform valued at $31 billion and climbing, Joe Gebbia, 35, shapes the company’s visual aesthetic and gauges growth opportunities beyond the core travel-rental business. It’s a few steps up from the early days,...
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