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Airbnb Inc and other home-sharing firms won’t have to comply with a New York City law requiring them to turn over renter data until a lawsuit over the issue is resolved, giving the company a reprieve from a rule that threatened to cut its bookings in the city by half.
Hello National Landing. Goodbye Crystal City. Amazon.com Inc’s arrival won’t just create a new name for the area in northern Virginia. It may also kill the old one.
As reports emerged last week that Amazon.com Inc. was close to an agreement to set up a new office hub in the Queens neighbourhood of Long Island City, the prospect of all those jobs, shoppers, and potential tenants or homebuyers drew cheers in the fast-growing neighbourhood across the East River from Manhattan.
It was the lunch-hour rush at the Court Square Diner in New York's Long Island City on Wednesday, and co-owner Nick Kanellos pointed to the elevated subway tracks that rattle overhead as he fretted over the news that Amazon may build a major outpost in the neighbourhood.
The first paying guests to the ground-floor studio flat newly posted on Airbnb were innocuous enough: A family, come to experience the joys of Paris, like many millions of others.
Google is taking another big step onto Amazon.com Inc’s turf in Seattle’s fast-growing tech hub.
More tourists to Asia are opting to stay in privately owned apartments even when five-star hotel rooms are available for as little as US$100 (RM404) a night, according to online travel booking platform Agoda Services Co.
Five years ago, as tunnel-boring Bertha was about to arrive in Seattle, local transportation officials huddled together to talk about what they could do to ease the traffic disruptions that would inevitably come during the tunnel's construction.
Amanda Richer turned on the video camera of her cracked, old Samsung and started sharing.
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.