The year according to Airbnb
It was a combative year for Airbnb, and the controversial home-sharing company is ready to move on to 2017.
As 2016 comes to a close, the the $30 billion company’s public policy arm shared some information in a reflective new blog post.
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“You have been the difference-makers, and after this tremendous 2016, we expect to see 1 million interactions between hosts and government officials in 2017,” the public policy group Airbnb Citizen wrote in a blog post to Airbnb users. “We’re excited to continue our work with you to grow and strengthen our