New York's attorney general is conducting an investigation into whether people are using Airbnb's service in violation of state and local laws.
I shared meals cooked by strangers and didn’t die. Thank you, technology.
Sharing economy start-ups are partnering with the White House to be ready for emergencies.
The travel site launched a new option for road warriors to make it easier to find, and pay for, an Airbnb.
The company is trying to remake its image—literally—in the wake of legal scuffles in NYC and San Francisco.
A better ratings system will give hosts and guests more information, and hopefully lead to fewer surprises.
Now you can break bread with the strangers whose home you’re renting, but that’ll cost a little more.
The home-sharing platform is only providing anonymized data, but that will be enough for Attorney General Eric Schneiderman to sniff out illegal hotels.
City officials are cracking down on the sharing economy, but companies like Airbnb and Lyft are fighting to legalize peer-to-peer money-making.
At a gathering of sharing economy services in San Francisco this week, internal struggles are generating as much discussion as ongoing regulatory battles.