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In its attempt to cool what are among the fastest-rising property prices in the world, China is pushing its people to rent instead of buy. That’s prompting venture capitalists to pour millions into an old-fashioned sector that’s being uprooted by technology: rental management.
In an effort to compete with movie streaming services like Prime Video and iTunes, AMC Theatres has launched its own On-Demand film renting and buying service.
At 29, Spandan Sharma doesn't own a flat, a car, or even a chair – one of a growing number of Indian millennials bucking traditional norms and instead opting to rent everything from furniture to iPhones.
Lawmakers in Arizona and about three dozen other US states are weighing regulations for apps that let people rent their cars to strangers.
Office jobs are never going to be the same.
The for-rent advertisement for an apartment boasting natural light, a marble bathroom, and a granite kitchen sounds lovely, but what the listing doesn’t mention is that the building has a long history of tenant complaints and city-issued violations.
Fashionistas envious of clothing, shoes and accessories worn by strangers or seen on websites can turn to new apps for hassle-free shopping to find, and buy or rent, similar items.
Mobile game Landlord Go gives Hong Kong’s would-be property tycoons a taste of the Li Ka-shing high life
Augmented reality game based on Monopoly gives Hongkongers a taste of what it’s like to buy and sell in the world’s least affordable property market.
‘These are poverty-level jobs in Facebook’: Silicon Valley security officers protest for better wages
Eric Murphy generally makes about US$2,400 (RM9,611) per month after taxes as a security guard at Facebook, but his dream right now is not to buy a home or even rent out a one-bedroom apartment in San Jose, which averages about US$2,460 (RM9,851) monthly.
Singapore proposed allowing private home owners to rent out their property for short-term stays but with stringent conditions, a move welcomed by home-sharing giant Airbnb.