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The Airbnb taskforce, which has agents in Dublin according to Bloomberg, “cleans up only after disaster strikes”. Photograph: Getty Images

An Australian woman who was allegedly raped at knifepoint in an Airbnb apartment in New York received a secret settlement of $7 million (€5.85 mi(...)

Airbnb said it had moved to lessen a properties supply shortfall by simplifying the process of adding properties to its website. Photograph: Lionel Bonaventure/AFP via Getty Images

Airbnb is moving to prevent a shortfall in rental properties as global travel rebounds, rolling out a suite of new tools including AI-driven listing c(...)

Tackling age bias an imperative as the qualifying age for the old-age pension is likely to be pushed out, researchers say. Photograph: iStock

Age discrimination is alive and kicking in Irish workplaces. It’s illegal under the Employment Equality Acts (1998-2015) but those working in the area(...)

A woman browsing the site of US home sharing giant Airbnb on a tablet.

Airbnb, which has faced sky-high expectations since its blockbuster initial public offering in December, posted declining revenue and a whopping $3.9 (...)

In pre-pandemic Dublin, up to 5,000 ‘entire homes’ were being short-let via Airbnb. File photograph: Getty

Airbnb derived its name from the notion of “home-sharing”, providing travellers prepared to rough it with an air mattress and perhaps even some coffee(...)

Brian Chesky, co-founder  of Airbnb  speaks virtually during the company’s IPO at the Nasdaq MarketSite in New York on Thursday. Photograph: Victor J. Blue/Bloomberg

Wall Street’s bust-and-boom pandemic year will be capped by one of the biggest tech IPO bubbles in years, as shares in holiday rentals company Airbnb(...)

Airbnb: Short-term rental group struggled in the immediate aftermath of the pandemic as travel came to a grinding halt. Photograph:  Lionel Bonaventure

Airbnb said on Tuesday that it was aiming for a market valuation of up to $34.8 billion (€28.8 billion) in its initial public offering (IPO). It would(...)

Airbnb has decided to cull 1,900 jobs, and has axed a range of ancillary services and its magazine. This is bad news for its operation in Dublin, where its European headquarters is based

Having started the year eyeing a $30 billion stock market flotation and plans for further expansion of its activities globally, the Covid-19 pandemic (...)

HR departments have shouldered much of the burden of the coronavirus workload – from taking care of employee health and wellbeing to solving problems associated with the transition to working from home.

In the corporate pecking order, HR has often played second fiddle to the more commercially driven aspects of corporate operations. But while savvy chi(...)

Airbnb:  Brian Chesky says he plans to focus on part-time hosts and put less emphasis on professionals. Photograph: Dado Ruvic/Reuters

Back in March, when social distancing and self-quaranting were still novelties, Airbnb’s chief executive, Brian Chesky, hung an oversized print from h(...)

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