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Thomas A. Dickerson

Airbnb has been extraordinarily successful at bringing together nearly 3,000,000 hosts worldwide in 191 countries and 34,000 cities with more than “140 million ‘guest arrivals’ since inception” in 2008. Gallagher, “the Airbnb story,” (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2017), p. 41 (“As of this writing, the company was said to be adding 1.4 million (guests) a week, and those 140 million ‘guest arrivals’ were projected to grow to 160 million by early 2017.”). Airbnb is now “in its ninth year of so-called hypergrowth … when revenues essentially double … every year.” Id. at p. 205.

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