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Most Airbnb hosts not registered in Quebec, 1 year after law took effect
CBC Radio-Canada • The Canadian Press
Airbnb Tries Destination Marketing and 6 Other Hospitality Trends This Week
Skift • Sarah Enelow, Skift
Airbnb renters in Schaumburg to start paying 8 percent tax
Chicago Tribune • Lee V. Gaines
As Ad Fraud Seems to Be on the Decline, Airbnb and Pepsi Say They’re Seeing Less of It
Adweek • Adweek Staff
Sweden Lists On Airbnb, Gillette Asks Dad: The Top 5 Ads Of The Week
Fast Company • Jeff Beer
The Cost of Uncertainty — Skift Corporate Travel Innovation Report
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Airbnb says it helped travelers save $12 million last Memorial Day weekend
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In China, Umbrellas and Basketballs Join the Sharing Economy
The New York TimesAmy Qin
BEIJING — China may be oversharing. First, a brutal and costly ride-hailing war drove Uber out of the country. Then a boom in bike-sharing blanketed city streets with unused bicycles. Today, Chinese start-ups want to share umbrellas, concrete mixers and mobile phone...
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Innovation Won't Overcome Stagnation
BloombergSatyajit Das
Innovation, everybody hopes, will rescue the world from economic stagnation. I'm not so sure. The extent to which an innovation is significant depends on the degree to which it alters existing activity or the performance of a function. It must create related...
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Most Airbnb hosts not registered in Quebec, 1 year after law took effect
CBC Radio-CanadaThe Canadian Press
The majority of Quebecers who list their properties on Airbnb and other home rental websites are not registering with the province, just over a year since it implemented a law regulating them, new data suggests. Tourisme Québec says it issued 967 permits...
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Airbnb Tries Destination Marketing and 6 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. >>Everyone in hospitality, it seems,...
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Airbnb renters in Schaumburg to start paying 8 percent tax
Chicago TribuneLee V. Gaines
Schaumburg is the latest Illinois community to enter into an agreement with Airbnb that will allow the village to begin receiving taxes from the online vacation rental giant. Starting Thursday, an 8 percent hotel and motel tax will be added to the...
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As Ad Fraud Seems to Be on the Decline, Airbnb and Pepsi Say They’re Seeing Less of It
AdweekAdweek Staff
ANA and White Ops say fraudulent activity will fall in 2017 Getty Images Some advertisers, including Airbnb and Pepsi, say ad fraud is on the decline this year, though it’s still an ongoing battle they’re paying close attention to. According to Atin...
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Sweden Lists On Airbnb, Gillette Asks Dad: The Top 5 Ads Of The Week
Fast CompanyJeff Beer
You just need to turn on the TV or clickety-clack the internet for five minutes to know that doing anything even remotely original in advertising is not an easy task. Now go look at some tourism ads. It usually goes something like...
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The Cost of Uncertainty — Skift Corporate Travel Innovation Report
SkiftHannah Sampson, Skift
The Corporate Travel Innovation Report is our weekly newsletter focused on the future of corporate travel, the big fault lines of disruption for travel managers and buyers, the innovations emerging from the sector, and the changing business traveler habits that are upending...
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Airbnb says it helped travelers save $12 million last Memorial Day weekend
TechCrunchMegan Rose Dickey
In an all-too-familiar Airbnb fashion, the home-sharing company has released a report touting how great it is. Airbnb says it helped travelers collectively save $12 million on Memorial Day weekend last year by offering them accommodations in homes versus hotels. Read More
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Among private tech firms, Airbnb has pursued a distinct strategy
The EconomistThe Economist
UNTIL recently “Uber envy” afflicted many top executives at Airbnb, a platform for booking overnight stays in other people’s homes. So admits a big investor in the firm. The two companies often raised money at the same time, and the ride-hailing giant...
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