The home rental service gave the first comprehensive look at its finances on Monday as it moves to go public.
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Home-sharing’s challenges aren’t only about social distancing and hygiene. Overtourism, racial bias, fee transparency and controlling the party crowd are also in the mix.
The home rental company, which was privately valued at $31 billion, is trying to go public after its business was crushed by the pandemic.
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