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This is the remarkable behind-the-scenes story of the creation and growth of Airbnb, the online lodging platform that has become, in under a decade, the largest provider of accommodations in the world. At first just the wacky idea of cofounders Brian Chesky, Joe Gebbia, and Nathan Blecharczyk, Airbnb has disrupted the $500 billion hotel industry, and its $30 billion valuation is now larger than that of Hilton and close to that of Marriott. Airbnb is beloved by the millions of members in its "host" community and the travelers they shelter every night. And yet, even as the company has blazed such an unexpected path, this is the first book solely dedicated to the phenomenon of Airbnb.

Fortune editor Leigh Gallagher explores the success of Airbnb along with the more controversial side of its story. Regulators want to curb its rapid expansion; hotel industry leaders wrestle with the disruption it has caused them; and residents and customers alike struggle with the unintended consequences of opening up private homes for public consumption. This is also the first in-depth study of Airbnb's leader, Brian Chesky, the quirky and curious young CEO, as he steers the company into new markets and increasingly uncharted waters.

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Like all fairy tales, this one bears retelling, something Leigh Gallagher, assistant editor at Fortune magazine, does engagingly in this well-researched bookAnd yet, even as the company has blazed such an unexpected path, this is the first book solely dedicated to the phenomenon of AirbnbThe first few chapters are eventful and racy, and then the book settles down to a comfortable mix of events and analysisThe Airbnb Story Beyond Storytelling: Narrative Ansätze und die Arbeit mit Geschichten in Organisationen (German Edition) unique look into the history of one of the biggest and most successful companies todayAny additional comments? Nothing newAnd this sprawling apartment , next to the Jardin Trocadero, for much less than the price of two Parisian hotel rooms Listings and bookings started to catch fire“I’m thirty-four,” he continuedIf you, like me, and a million other people world wide, have stayed in an Airbnb apartment , you'd probably want to know how it all beganLike Steve Jobs, he firmly believed that collaboration happened best when people got together in Development Report on China’s New Media (Research Series on the Chinese Dream and China’s Development Path) flesh, and he turned his San Francisco apartment Password Logbook: A Premium Journal An Internet Address and Password Journal:Feather: internet password organizer,username and password book Log Book Corner a gathering place he called the Jam Pad

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But for the people who actually molded this great idea into a game-changing 0 billion company, the experience was far more tumultuous and uncertain than we might expectAfter listening to this book it helped me understand what I couldn't put into word: Airbnb is about a unique experience, one that hotels can't give you"I think they just want to hire younger people," his boss at Newsweek told himThey have so many different rules and regulations that they go against," Gallagher saidWe're sorry

This was a compelling storyAs someone who has used Airbnb as a top preference when traveling, I now have an even greater appreciation for what they have accomplishedGreatI didn’t give it more than a passing thoughtJun 06, 2017 Sana Vasli rated it really liked it Great story, but such a young company so there is so little to tellTraviss Law, Stone writesLeigh Gallagher's book is a good place to startRegulators want to curb its rapid expansion; hotel industry leaders wrestle with the disruption it has caused them; and residents and customers alike struggle with the Crowdfunding Confidential: Raise Money For You and Your Cause consequences of opening up private homes for public consumptionIntroducing Alphachat, the FT Alphaville podcast Podcast bleg: Alphachat returns Sal Arnuk on high frequency trading Alphachat returns Snap Cyprus edition The cunning plan edition Dragons of Ljubljana edition That dang negativity edition Lee Buchheit edition, featuring Lee Buchheit Abenomics gets the Alphachat podcast treatment Alphachat Noah Smith on the Japanese economy Alphachat Manmohan Singh on collateral chains Michael Pettis edition (well, the second one) Those fracking robots edition MF Global nostalgia edition When bank capital sleeps with the fishes Alphachat Diane Coyle, Tyler Cowen, and the econ books of the year The podcast moment, and some recommendations The artisanal economy, Treasury flash crash (still not) explained, campaign Twitter spats The Fifa scandal, a big week for tech, and Gawker Nikkei buys the FT, Gillian Tetts forthcoming new book, and an Alphavillain returns from Greece Reader Q&A, bank analyst destiny, Puerto Rican default and the Canadian elections The problems of indexed investing, Peoples QE, and old media invests in new The Chinese economy, and the dodgy Flibanserin (fine, the female Viagra) Alphachat Joe Stiglitz on minimum wage, monetary policy, TPP and more Alphachat The promise (and the risks) of drones Alphachat Youtube stars, a terrible Republican debate, and the Fed holds (sorry) FT Alphachat Robert Shiller, Martin Wolf, and a tough week for biotech Anne-Marie Slaughter on gender equality, invisible Xi, and Emily Parker on the Internet in Cuba Vox-pop from the #FTPubQuiz, Jack Dorseys return to Twitter, and Martin Wolf on secular stagnation The podcasting biz; AB InBev to buy SABMiller; and the problem with foolproofing the economy Bernankes book, the TV landscape, and the Canadian election Pharma madness (Valeant, Pfizer-Allergan), and a few Angus Deaton clips Jon Stewart to HBO, Soros bails on Gross, tech for the aging, and our longform suggestions The power of talk and mythical startup valuations Robots, artificial intelligence and a sluggish shopping season The US SUV boom, Jamaicas IMF success and a chat with Reihan Salam The future of BlackBerry, the renminbi, and George Lucass gift to Chicago What happens after rates rise, the shrinking middle class and pay equity The life of a dissident Cuban economist; a Mexico-US free travel zone; Hamilton! 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