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Airbnb’s Labor Union Agreement Falls Through

After allegedly engaging in negotiations with the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), Airbnb has not struck a deal, The Guardian reports. The potential partnership was highly criticized by other labor unions that represent hotel workers, as well as some of ...

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New Orleans Airbnb Rentals Growing Rapidly

New data shows that Airbnb is taking off in New Orleans, offering about 4,000 properties in the city. According to InsideAirbnb, about 72 percent of the rentals are entire homes. Similar to other cities, controversy is mounting over how rentals, sometimes ...

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On Cusp of Union Deal, Airbnb Gets Backlash

As of late, Airbnb has been in discussions with the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), one of the largest labor unions, to promote unionized housekeepers. This is the closest the home-sharing service has come to formally partnering with a labor ...

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Airbnb Tax Agreements Still Leave Questions

The path to short-term rental legalization and regulation is an arduous and winding one. Airbnb’s strategy to legalize home-sharing is to pay taxes owed to local city, county, and state governments. According to Airbnb’s global head of public policy, the ...

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Airbnb Sounds Off on Tax Issues

This week, Airbnb wrote to AH&LA President Katherine Lugar to refute reports claiming that the homesharing company is trying to avoid taxes in top markets. However, the letter did not address Airbnb’s share of revenue generated by multi-unit or full-time ...

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