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Your Weekly Recommendations Wednesday, November 22, 2017
 
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Airbnb becomes flash point in the District’s hot debate over gentrification
Washington Post • Robert Mccartney
Beware Airbnb, VRBO property owners! Raleigh may start citation process
The Business Journals • Lauren K. Ohnesorge
Cash Sloshes Into Venture Funds, Prompting Bubble Worries
The Wall Street Journal • Eliot Brown
The Airbnb For Affordable Housing Is Here
Fast Company • Katharine Schwab
Airbnb Touts Growth of Trips for Foodies, Millennials and Solo Travelers
Skift • Deanna Ting, Skift
'Lights out, go to bed': Victorian council wants to ban outdoor socialising after 10pm at Airbnbs
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Airbnb lashes out at Marriott as clash between Silicon Valley and the hotel industry intensifies
CNBC • Deirdre Bosa
Peter Thiel Parted Ways With Y Combinator—Probably a While Ago
Observer • Sissi Cao
TIL: Traveling with Airbnb and Alaska Airlines
Mea Vita: Carpe Diem • Joe Moreno
The Decline Of The Linear Corporate Empire
nasdaq.com • Guest Contributors
 
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Airbnb becomes flash point in the District’s hot debate over gentrification
Washington PostRobert Mccartney
Airbnb landlord Shaun Johnson talks with his tennant, Taylor Valencia of San Francisco, at his property in NE Washington. (Jonathan Newton/The ) Necessary extra income The implementation ‘We have to look to the future’ You’re all set! See all newsletters
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Beware Airbnb, VRBO property owners! Raleigh may start citation process
The Business JournalsLauren K. Ohnesorge
Once again, Raleigh City Council failed to get the votes to move forward with short-term rental regulations that would allow for homeowners to use services such as Airbnb and VRBO. This means - according to a statement attributed to Travis Crane, assistant...
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Airbnb Inc, Private Equity
Cash Sloshes Into Venture Funds, Prompting Bubble Worries
The Wall Street JournalEliot Brown
PALO ALTO, Calif.—Longtime venture capitalist Greg Sands is no heavyweight in Silicon Valley. His young firm, Costanoa Ventures, has made unglamorous investments in business software, and its profits are almost all on paper. Yet this past summer, the 51-year-old Minnesota native raised...
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The Airbnb For Affordable Housing Is Here
Fast CompanyKatharine Schwab
Brenda Atchison’s home in the Boston suburb of Roxbury has been in her family since 1946, and she’s lived there for nearly her entire life. At 66 years old, she’s an empty nester–she describes her house as rooms that are collecting dust....
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Airbnb Touts Growth of Trips for Foodies, Millennials and Solo Travelers
SkiftDeanna Ting, Skift
Exactly one year after Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky announced the official debut of Airbnb Trips, the company is heralding the product as a success and noting some emerging trends in the types of tours and activities that its users are booking via...
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'Lights out, go to bed': Victorian council wants to ban outdoor socialising after 10pm at Airbnbs
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
A shire council on Victoria's coastline plans to introduce bylaws banning tourists staying in short-term accommodation from hanging out on outdoor decking, balconies and pools after 10:00pm. The Mornington Peninsula Shire Council's proposed new laws would require home owners who rent their...
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Airbnb lashes out at Marriott as clash between Silicon Valley and the hotel industry intensifies
CNBCDeirdre Bosa
So much for holiday spirit. Airbnb and the hotel industry are lashing out at each other, just as the travel season kicks into gear. On Monday, Airbnb's head of public policy Josh Meltzer sent a letter to Marriott CEO Arne Sorenson, asking...
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Airbnb Inc, Economic Policy
Peter Thiel Parted Ways With Y Combinator—Probably a While Ago
ObserverSissi Cao
Peter Thiel was a vocal supporter of Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election. SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images Peter Thiel was a vocal supporter of Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election. SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images Billionaire venture capitalist Peter Thiel has quietly left...
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Airbnb Inc, Airline Industry
TIL: Traveling with Airbnb and Alaska Airlines
Mea Vita: Carpe DiemJoe Moreno
Today I learned (TIL) two things while booking travel to Cupertino. 1. Airbnb hosts are allowed to decline guests based on gender (but only if the host shares living spaces with their guest). In other words, a host can choose to only...
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The Decline Of The Linear Corporate Empire
nasdaq.comGuest Contributors
By Marco Abele, CEO of Tend Only a matter of decades ago, linear organizations were viewed as the pinnacle of industry. Untouchable, even mystical, run by all-powerful magnates, successful conglomerates with multiple disparate subsidiaries, spread across the globe, worked in splendid isolation,...
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