Airbnb Pats Itself On The Back For Hurricane Sandy CharityKevin Montgomery · 08/25/14 02:00PM
In recent months, Airbnb has come to resemble a political operator that happens to run a hotel network. As politicians and governments on both coasts turn the screws on the $10 billion startup, the startup continued its astroturfing campaign against San Francisco's so-called "home sharing" legislation and blanketed New York's subway system with ads. But their latest political promo is their most cynical yet.
Lyft in New York Is a Ghost TownSam Biddle · 07/28/14 01:25PM
Sam Biddle · 07/15/14 09:14AM
Lyft's New Commercial Is a Great Example of the Startup Savior ComplexNitasha Tiku · 07/08/14 03:40PM
Uber Kindly Agrees to Stop Price Gouging During EmergenciesSam Biddle · 07/08/14 01:51PM
Uber Cuts Prices in New York (and Fares for Drivers)Sam Biddle · 07/07/14 09:58AM
Celebrating Blade, the Uber for Flying to MontaukSam Biddle · 06/25/14 02:15PM
New York Artist Facing Eviction for Airbnb-ing Her ApartmentSam Biddle · 06/10/14 10:16AM
Winklevoss Twins Buying Giant $14.5 Million Penthouse... Together?Sam Biddle · 06/02/14 02:09PM
Google Chief Still Creeping on Models (And Recording Them!)Sam Biddle · 04/30/14 10:58AM
New York's Prostitutes Are Saving Money with AirbnbSam Biddle · 04/14/14 09:34AM
Don't Boast About the "Hot Bartender" at Your Tech MeetupSam Biddle · 04/02/14 04:44PM
Is San Francisco America's New Worst Place?Sam Biddle · 03/10/14 04:29PM
Uber's Dirty Trick Campaign Against NYC Competition Came From the TopSam Biddle · 01/24/14 02:03PM
New York's Office Space Nightmare Buys Man a $10 Million HouseSam Biddle · 01/20/14 11:33AM
Unless you have a lot of money, it's often impossible to find a suitable spot for your business in New York, with office lease prices through the roof—and if you're a cash-strapped startup, well, don't bother getting out of bed. Shared offices are increasingly the norm, and it's a good business to be in.
Venmo: Everyone Hates Your Weirdo Subway AdsSam Biddle · 01/16/14 11:29AM
Sam Biddle · 01/03/14 04:46PM
If These Are the "Coolest People in New York Tech," San Francisco WinsSam Biddle · 10/24/13 05:09PM
New York's startup scene has a considerable advantage over Silicon Valley: it's not fully of technolibertarian, amoral, poorly dressed Stanford-dropout vampires. It's a pretty normal bunch. But one thing the Alley is not, is cool--and if this Business Insider list is the best of the best, that's sad.