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By Stan Choe, Associated Press
The documents show that leading up to the coronavirus outbreak earlier this year, AirBnb was spending heavily on technology and marketing to grow its business. Its revenue jumped 32 percent to $4.8 billion in 2019, but it reported a net…
By Dee-Ann Durbin, Associated Press
Through it all, the U.S. economy and consumers' appetite for spending remained resilient, supporting the market's record-shattering, year-end rally.
By Alex Veiga, Associated Press
The startup WeWork set out to revolutionize the workplace -- leasing, renovating and subletting offices as shared coworking spaces. At the beginning of 2019, it was the single biggest private office tenant in London, New York and Washington. But the…
When ride-sharing pioneer Uber goes public Friday, it will be the largest public stock offering in the U.S. since 2014. But the company, its business model and how it pays its drivers remain controversial. William Brangham asks Farhad Manjoo of…
By Paul Solman
With a presence in 65 countries, ride-sharing company Uber has conducted about 10 billion trips in its lifetime -- about 15 million per day. Paul Solman looks at how economists are using this treasure trove of data.
By Thomas Maxwell
In recent months, Lyft and Uber have been offering steep discounts to their customers in an attempt to corner more of the market before they go public.
By PBS NewsHour
Snapchat is about to sell its stock to the public for the first time. Is the app, used by 160 million people each day, really worth $24 billion? Meanwhile, popular transportation app Uber has been flung into the spotlight amid…
How does Twitter's potential for profit measure up to its high stock price?…
Twitter's revenue numbers reflect general shift of web from desktop to phone…
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