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DREAMING of a babysitter at the push of a button? Well, there’s an app for that.
Budget hotel owners in the city are facing difficulties in meeting building safety requirements to qualify for full licences but Kuala Lumpur City Hall is determined to help them as part of its efforts to legalise all unlicensed businesses.
Starting a business isn’t about a job or making money, it’s a way of life.
The best stock-picker in the US turns cautious on the so-called unicorns — startups given valuation of US$1bil or more before they even list.
After AirBnB comes Bookalokal, a social dining site that matches hospitable locals and curious travellers for a home-cooked meal. DIANE FRESQUEZ recounts her experience in Brussels.
SEEKING to head off regulatory crackdowns, Airbnb last week unveiled plans to form 100 home-sharing clubs in cities across the US during 2016, seeking to organise advocates of home-and room-sharing companies.
After a few high-profile startup busts, like house cleaning service Homejoy and online retailer Fab, many investors in the US are wondering if they’re not going to see more crashes.
The Malaysian Global Innovation and Creativity Centre (MaGIC) successfully concluded its four-day MaGIC Academy 2015 (MA2015) Symposium last week.
VC investor Jenny Lee of Singapore, who made millions betting on China’s Internet growth and is now betting on a hardware boom, says startups are successful because of the people behind them.
CHINESE developer Fantasia Holdings Group has launched a vacation rental business similar to Airbnb Inc and HomeAway Inc to utilise the scores of homes left unsold as a property boom faded.