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The home-sharing platform is only providing anonymized data, but that will be enough for Attorney General Eric Schneiderman to sniff out illegal hotels.
A combined company would probably be even worse, according to the American Consumer Satisfaction Index.
One lucky person could win a car inside the San Francisco locker, Nissan said
City officials are cracking down on the sharing economy, but companies like Airbnb and Lyft are fighting to legalize peer-to-peer money-making.
The locker, labeled 'Giant,' is a big, outdoor version of an Amazon delivery locker.
The FCC's chairman says he's looking for more public comment on his proposal.
Foursquare's existing app gives check-ins the boot as it prepares for an overhaul.
At a gathering of sharing economy services in San Francisco this week, internal struggles are generating as much discussion as ongoing regulatory battles.
The CEO of Tesla Motors may have just pledged $8 million to help honor the company's namesake.
The decision doesn’t mean Airbnb and its hosts are in the clear.
Many Twitter users call on the FCC to reclassify broadband and subject it to utility-style rules.
The feature, which will be added to more cities soon, is aimed at simplifying the booking procedure for mobile users.
Newly leaked images show a refreshed, app-inspired layout for Google's popular email service.
A group of ten US Senators urge the FCC to drop the idea of a paid Internet "fast lane."
It's certainly no slam dunk, but a group of Clipper fans are using a crowdfunding campaign to try and take control of the team, turning it into a publicly owned, non-profit operation.