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Apple, Airbnb, Box to sign amicus brief in transgender student's case
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Acting SEC Chief Calls for Expanded Access to Startups, Private Deals
The Wall Street Journal • Andrew Ackerman
Hotels, homeowners near Idaho Falls cashing in on eclipse - Fri, 24 Feb 2017 PST
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Virginia Airbnb rentals may face increased regulation
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This South Lake Tahoe Airbnb home made more than $200,000 last year, report says
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Airbnb revenue in black neighborhoods mostly goes to white hosts: study
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Despite city tweaks, court extends order blocking Chicago Airbnb rules
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Apple, Airbnb, Box sign up to back transgender student's court case
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Gavin Grimm's legal battle to use the bathroom of his choice at school is slated to be heard before the Supreme Court next month.
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Airbnb: Why a fair tax plan for short-term home renters is good for N.J. | Opinion
New Jersey Star LedgerStar-Ledger Guest Columnist
Last year, the typical host shared their home for fewer than 4 days a month, bringing in $6,200 to help make ends meet.
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Apple, Airbnb, Box to sign amicus brief in transgender student's case
USA TodayUsatoday
The case of a teen's right to use the bathroom of his chosen gender is headed to the Supreme Court
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Acting SEC Chief Calls for Expanded Access to Startups, Private Deals
The Wall Street JournalAndrew Ackerman
WASHINGTON—The Securities and Exchange Commission should allow more investors to buy stakes in closely-held startups such as Uber Technologies Inc., Airbnb Inc. and Lyft Inc., the agency’s chairman said Friday. Michael Piwowar, the SEC’s acting head, said the commission should consider altering...
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Accommodations & Lodging, Airbnb Inc
Hotels, homeowners near Idaho Falls cashing in on eclipse - Fri, 24 Feb 2017 PST
Spokesman.com: Latest stories
Pam Allen and her siblings recently planned a trip home in August to watch the solar eclipse and visit their mother in Ammon, Idaho. The Oregon resident said she checked some hotel prices, as her mom’s place is a little tight to...
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Virginia Airbnb rentals may face increased regulation
WTVR.comVernon Freeman, Jr.
RICHMOND, Va. – People renting out their homes through websites such as Airbnb could be forced to pay a registration fee to their local government under a bill that passed both chambers of the General Assembly. Senate Bill 1578, proposed by Sen....
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This South Lake Tahoe Airbnb home made more than $200,000 last year, report says
The Business JournalsSonya Sorich
A heated indoor pool. A home theater with reclining chairs. A location that's blocks away from Heavenly ski resort. That's the recipe for making major revenue from an Airbnb listing, new data suggests. A report from Denver-based Airbnb analytics company Airdna says...
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Airbnb revenue in black neighborhoods mostly goes to white hosts: study
The Real Deal New YorkLexi
Startup says it's benefiting minorities in 72 communities, but Inside Airbnb claims few actually reap the rewards « Previous Next » As it waged an ultimately unsuccessful fight last year against legislation aimed at curtailing illegal short-term rentals, Airbnb orchestrated a public...
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Despite city tweaks, court extends order blocking Chicago Airbnb rules
Chicago TribuneAlly Marotti
(Jose M. Osorio / ) Chicago is facing another delay in rolling out some of the more controversial aspects of its new regulations on Airbnb and other home-sharing platforms. Aldermen approved a change to the rules Wednesday that altered the trajectory of...
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The Wall Street Journal: More investors should be able to buy stakes in closely held startups, acting SEC chief says
MarketWatchAndrewackerman, By
WASHINGTON -- The Securities and Exchange Commission should allow more investors to buy stakes in closely held startups such as Uber Technologies Inc., Airbnb Inc. and Lyft Inc., the agency’s chairman said Friday. Michael Piwowar, the SEC’s acting head, said the commission...
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