The home-rental service said it made some changes to its reviews system to foster honesty.
The online vacation rental service makes deal to disclose masked data on hosts and root out "bad actors."
The peer-to-peer vacation-rental company says it would use its scale to deflect harm policy makers might throw at other firms.
A fight over the user data for thousands of New York hosts on the peer-to-peer service comes to a head.
The peer-to-peer vacation rental company just made it easier to book rooms instantly.
As the online vacation rental service prepares to go up against New York’s attorney general, it announces it scrubbed thousands of iffy listings.
The hometown of these peer-to-peer networks is cracking down on short-term rentals. CNET talks to the San Francisco lawmaker who's leading the charge.
Starting this summer, the online vacation rental service plans to collect and remit taxes on behalf of hosts.
The company could raise as much as $400 million to $500 million in a round led by equity firm TPG, according to the report.
Co-founder Nathan Blecharczyk says Airbnb could partner with other companies, like Uber, or perhaps even launch a standalone service.