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AIRBNB INC-CLASS A
NASDAQ:ABNB (9/27/2023, 7:09:44 PM)Premarket: 133.8 -0.23 (-0.17%)
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Airbnb, Inc. engages in the management and operation of an online marketplace. The company is headquartered in San Francisco, California and currently employs 6,811 full-time employees. The company went IPO on 2020-12-10. The Company’s marketplace model connects hosts and guests online or through mobile devices to book spaces and experiences around the world. The company partners with hosts throughout the process of setting up their listing and provide them with a range of tools to manage their listings, including scheduling, merchandising, integrated payments, community support, host protections, pricing guidance, and feedback from reviews. Its Website and mobile applications provide its guests a way to explore a variety of homes and experiences and an easy way to book them. Its hosts generally fall into two categories: individual and professional. Individual hosts list their spaces, including private rooms, primary homes, or vacation homes, on Airbnb. Professional hosts are often those who run property management or hospitality businesses and generally use application programming interfaces to list their properties on its platform.
AIRBNB INC-CLASS A
888 Brannan St.
San Francisco CALIFORNIA
CEO: Brian Chesky
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