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Uber, Losing $1.8 Billion a Year, Reveals I.P.O. Filing - The New York Times
The world’s largest ride-hailing service unveiled its prospectus for what is likely to be the biggest initial public offering for years.
Uber  sharingeconomy  losses  IPO  2019 
8 days ago by stevesong
Inside Airbnb's 'Guerrilla War' Against Local Governments | WIRED
Airbnb maintains that, in most cases, it’s not responsible for collecting occupancy taxes required of hotels and other lodgings or for ensuring the rooms and homes listed on its sites comply with zoning or health regulations. The company says it follows local and state laws but considers itself a “platform,” serving merely to connect hosts and visitors, rather than a lodging provider—more akin to Facebook than Marriott.

The onus is on hosts, Airbnb argues, to collect and pay any relevant taxes and to comply with other regulations. In practice, though, few actually do—at least not without considerable effort by local authorities—according to interviews with more than a dozen local government officials and advisers.
Airbnb  sharingeconomy  housing  taxation  regulation  review  critique  USA  Wired  2019 
4 weeks ago by inspiral
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An interesting read: that the is just a ruse run amok—the opposite of the mes…
SharingEconomy  POV  SaturdayMorning  from twitter_favs
6 weeks ago by dtomoff
シャトルサーヴィス「チャリオット」の経営破綻から、フォードが得た教訓|WIRED.jp
"人口密度の高い都市部では競争が激しい。利用者にとっては、公共交通機関や配車サーヴィス、あるいはいまや多くの都市で歩道を覆い尽くさんばかりに増えた、自転車やキックスクーターの共有ネットワークといった選択肢がある。

一方、人口密度の低い地域では、輸送ビジネスは高コストになりがちだ。たがいに遠く離れた利用者たちを拾い集めるには時間がかかり、燃料代もばかにならない。"
startup  sharingeconomy  mobility 
10 weeks ago by junya
Create an online marketplace | Sharetribe
Build a marketplace website online. With Sharetribe's online marketplace website builder you can launch today. No developer or marketplace software needed.
ecommerce  marketplace  platform  sharingeconomy 
december 2018 by iainbroome
Next Stop, Uberland: The Onrushing Algorithmic Future of Work
One thing you get from reading Alex Rosenblat’s Uberland: How Algorithms Are Rewriting the Rules of Work, is that there is nothing inevitable about management trending in a positive direction. Drawing on four years of ethnographic research among Uber drivers, Rosenblat has produced a thoroughly dystopian report that details how millions of drivers are now managed by a computerized system that combines the hard authoritarianism of Frederick Winslow Taylor with the cynical cheerleading of Michael Scott.
sharingeconomy 
november 2018 by vdbm

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