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Airbnb is buying last-minute hotel app HotelTonight

Airbnb says that the acquisition of HotelTonight could help build an "end-to-end travel platform". In other words, Airbnb wants to become a site where people come for all their travel needs, not just for the holidays. Airbnb began its rise in traditional hotels last year, more than doubling the number of boutique hotels, resorts, bed-and-breakfasts and other accommodations. The company, …

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Tesla reportedly cutting worker hours, supply of small parts

Tesla's significant cost-cutting effort has affected employee work programs and the provision of some small parts used to build vehicles, CNBC reported on Thursday. CNBC described three cost reduction measures that Tesla had not made public: Ask employees to work remotely and keep journeys to a minimum. Tell the employees who work hourly at Gigafactory – the Sparks factory in …

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Tim Apple: From Trump’s gaffe to Cook’s Twitter

President Trump produced an instant meme during the real-time meeting of the US personnel policy advisory committee when he accidentally referred to Tim Cook as "Tim Apple", replacing the surname of the CEO with the name of his company. Thousands of jokes later, Tim Cook has subtly responded in the brightest way on Twitter. Cook, who did not react during …

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Netflix CMO Kelly Bennett Set to Step Down – Variety

Kelly Bennett leaves the role of chief marketing officer at Netflix after more than six years directing the branding and advertising teams of the streaming giant in a period of massive growth. Bennett, 46, said in an interview that is "the perfect time for me to leave." He said the decision was his personal choice and that CEO Reed Hastings …

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Thousands of New Millionaires Are About to Eat San Francisco Alive

While Uber, Lyft, Airbnb and Pinterest are planning to become public, California's wealthy neocons will be hungry for parties, homes, boats, bicycles and ice sculptures. March 7, 2019 SAN FRANCISCO – Big wealth does not arrive in monthly paycheck. It comes when a start-up becomes public, turning hypothetical money into extremely real money. This year – with Uber, Lyft, Slack, …

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