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Big Merger Puts Amex GBT in the Expedia and Priceline Neighborhood
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Study: Blind People Watch TV About as Much as Sighted People
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Airbnb Lobbying Contributed to Its Cuba Win as Hotels Came Up Short
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Airbnb's Early Lobbying Led to a Win in Cuba: The Influence Game
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The Future Of Airbnb And Amazon Might Hinge On A Smart Lock
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Airbnb and the Unintended Consequences of 'Disruption'
The AtlanticDerek Thompson
The U.S economy is in the midst of a wrenching technological transformation that is fundamentally changing the way people sleep, work, eat, shop, love, read, and interact. At least, that’s one interpretation. A second story of this age of technological transformation says...
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This is how regulation affects Airbnb in San Francisco, report says
Fast CompanyRuth Reader
A wave of regulations has forced home-sharing sites to eject certain types of rentals across all platforms. Now a new report from the San Francisco Chronicle shows that when San Francisco cracked down on short-term rentals, FlipKey and Expedia-owned HomeAway took the...
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Airbnb Inc, Technology Industry
How to explain the inflatable penises | Brief letters
The GuardianLetters
In Bath it is not just Airbnb that’s a problem (Letters, 15 February). A housing association is renting out former council homes as holiday lets. One is let to hen parties, leaving neighbours to explain to their children the inflatable penises in...
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Airbnb Inc, Airline Industry
Big Merger Puts Amex GBT in the Expedia and Priceline Neighborhood
SkiftAndrew Sheivachman, Skift
The big news that American Express Global Business Travel wants to acquire Hogg Robinson Group is still resonating across the industry. The combined company would have the largest transaction volume of any travel management company in the world, catapulting it up into...
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Airbnb Inc, CBS Television Distribution
Study: Blind People Watch TV About as Much as Sighted People
The WrapAshley Boucher
The majority of people with visual disabilities watch four or more hours of television per day, which is almost as much as the general public, a new survey by Comcast and the American Foundation for the Blind found. That’s compared to a...
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ABC (network), Accommodations & Lodging
Kat Dennings to Star in ABC Comedy Based on Blog ‘How May We Hate You’
The WrapJennifer Maas
Kat Dennings has landed a lead role in the forthcoming ABC comedy pilot based on the book and blog “How May We Hate You,” TheWrap has confirmed. The untitled single-camera, ensemble comedy will focus on two co-workers who cater to the needs...
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Airbnb Inc, Barack Obama
Airbnb Lobbying Contributed to Its Cuba Win as Hotels Came Up Short
SkiftBloomberg, Olivia Zaleski
Last year, Airbnb Inc. launched a lobbying campaign as President Donald Trump was calling for limits on American travel to Cuba. The vacation-rental booking site, which considers Cuba one of its fastest-growing markets, fought hard to ensure the Trump administration’s updated rules...
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Airbnb Inc, Barack Obama
Airbnb's Early Lobbying Led to a Win in Cuba: The Influence Game
BloombergOlivia Zaleski
Last year, Airbnb Inc. launched a lobbying campaign as President Donald Trump was calling for limits on American travel to Cuba. The vacation-rental booking site, which considers Cuba one of its fastest-growing markets, fought hard to ensure the Trump administration’s updated rules...
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The Future Of Airbnb And Amazon Might Hinge On A Smart Lock
Fast CompanyCliff Kuang
Run by a former Apple lobbyist, Latch wants to be the infrastructure that enables the home delivery services of the future. It’s a cliche that inventing good software is easy, while creating good hardware is almost impossible. The reason seems simple enough:...
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How Much TV Homes Would Cost on Airbnb, From ‘Stranger Things,’ to ‘Roseanne,’ to ‘Seinfeld’ (Exclusive)
The WrapTony Maglio
Ever wanted to live like your favorite TV family? Well, now you can put a dollar figure on that dream. An Empire Today study, which is exclusive to TheWrap, priced popular television show residences as if they were listed on a short-term...
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