Live life king size at $8K: Padmanabh Singh opens up a suite at Jaipur's City Palace to guests, becomes Airbnb's first royal host
You can now check into a real-life palace.
Airbnb bans ‘party houses’ after Halloween shooting in California
The death toll rose to five when a 19-year-old victim died of her wounds at...
'Airbnb delivered on a lot of pieces that PM wanted’
Chris Lehane, global policy head for Airbnb said over the past four years, Airbnb has wo...
Airbnb bets on women hosts, millennial travellers for growth in India
India is one of Airbnb's top three target markets over the long term and it needs to have a significant presence in the country, Chris Lehane, global head of public policy and communications, said.
For Airbnb employees, dream turns into disillusionment
Airbnb’s 6,000-person workforce has become increasingly frustrated by not being able to cash in the company stock that was received in compensation packages.
China's 'unicorn' startups exceed US number for first time
There were 206 Chinese firms out of a global total of 494 ultra-valuable start-ups -- known as "unicorns" -- in June 2019, according to the research firm Hurun Report.
Airbnb leans toward direct listing over traditional IPO
With a private valuation of $31 billion, Airbnb is likely to be a topic of discussion. It’s slated to be one of the most high-profile companies to go public next year.
Airbnb says it plans to go public in 2020
Airbnb’s public offering will cap off a decade of startup growth driven by the spread of mobile phones, cheap cloud computing and gig economy workers.
Govts may get more power to tax MNCs like Google, Facebook
A global push by OECD to bring these digital giants under the ambit of local taxes.
Airbnb goes wild with 1,000 new 'Animal Experiences', will let you rescue Chernobyl's lost pets, spot Arctic foxes
You can also paddleboard with corgis or hang out with alpacas.
Trip of a lifetime: Here's your chance to travel to Antarctica with Airbnb on a scientific mission
Antarctic Sabbatical will take five volunteer citizen scientists to the Earth's most remote continent.
At private Silicon Valley summit, no love for IPOs or banks
The main target of ire was the first-day stock surge that often accompanies IPOs underwritten by banks.
Our focus is on large enterprises: Neetish Sarda
In an interview Sarda, Smartworks founder discusses the co-working opportunity, current trends and future plans.
Wall Street skeptics poke at startup bubble
Billionaire Silicon Valley investors, sneaker-clad founders and button-down bankers all expected enormous stock sales to turn companies like Uber, Lyft and WeWork into a new generation of corporate giants.
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