Brian Chesky

Brian Chesky

Brian Joseph Chesky (born August 29, 1981) is an American Internet entrepreneur who co-founded the hospitality exchange service Airbnb.

Chesky is the CEO of the company and was named one of Time's "100 Most Influential People of 2015".

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Lucy Aspden
February 26, 2021
The Telegraph
European Union leaders have inched closer to approving a bloc-wide vaccine passport scheme, boosting hopes for restriction-free summer holidays.
BBC News
February 25, 2021
BBC News
But the booking platform warns it is still too early to predict how many travellers will return in 2021.
Reuters
January 15, 2021
@bsindia
Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky predicted travel would permanently change due to the pandemic with people seeking out thousands of smaller cities and spending more time visiting friends and family
Airbnb, Inc.
January 12, 2021
www.prnewswire.com:443
/PRNewswire/ -- Airbnb, Inc. (NASDAQ: ABNB) announced today that Brian Chesky, CEO, will participate in a keynote at the 2021 Reuters NEXT summit on January...
Theron Mohamed
December 21, 2020
Business Insider
The famed investor met Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky for lunch in 2014, spurring the founder to type up a 3,600-word report on their conversation.
Melia Russell
December 12, 2020
Business Insider
Airbnb is finally public, and that sound you're hearing is the pitter-patter of VCs clapping each other on the back.
Reuters
December 11, 2020
@bsindia
Shares of Airbnb more than doubled in their stock market debut, valuing the home rental firm at just over $100 billion in the biggest US initial public offering of 2020
Berber Jin
December 10, 2020
Business Insider
Sequoia led Airbnb's seed round when few would. But Youniversity Ventures wanted in, Keith Rabois recalls. He nabbed a small stake that's now a windfall.
The Associated Press
December 10, 2020
CTVNews
Airbnb makes its long-awaited debut on the public market Thursday. The company priced its shares at US$68 apiece late Wednesday, giving it an overall value of $47 billion, according to a person with knowledge of the transaction.
By DEE-ANN DURBIN
December 10, 2020
AP NEWS
Airbnb proved its resilience in a year that has upended global travel. Now it needs to prove to investors that it sees more growth ahead.The San Francisco-based home sharing company makes...
December 9, 2020
The Economic Times
Airbnb said the site will lose some of what makes it unique and sets it apart from hotel chains. As of the end of last year, Airbnb said only 10% of its total hosts were professional, as opposed to individuals. However, they accounted for almost 30% of room nights booked.
Anirban Sen
November 22, 2020
DealStreetAsia
Airbnb aims to complete its IPO on Nasdaq next month.
Melia Russell
November 17, 2020
Business Insider
Airbnb's IPO will make its three cofounders billionaires, but each has agreed to give away most of their wealth over time.
Madeline Stone
November 17, 2020
Business Insider
Brian Chesky, the CEO of Airbnb, is predicting that more people will choose to live in different places around the world once the pandemic subsides.
Tyler Sonnemaker
November 17, 2020
Business Insider
Airbnb made smart moves early in the pandemic that stemmed its losses -- but it won't have as much influence over some of its biggest risk factors.
By DEE-ANN DURBIN
November 16, 2020
AP NEWS
Airbnb was losing money even before the pandemic struck and cut its revenue by almost a third, the home-sharing company revealed in documents filed Monday ahead of a planned initial public...
Erin Griffith
August 19, 2020
www.nytimes.com
The home rental company, which was privately valued at $31 billion, is trying to go public after its business was crushed by the pandemic.
Erin Griffith
July 17, 2020
www.nytimes.com
What happens when a kumbaya office culture meets the business realities of a pandemic?
Erin Griffith
July 16, 2020
www.nytimes.com
After a financial hit from the pandemic, the San Francisco company said business was starting to return from its nose-dive.
Anna Furman
June 23, 2020
Wired
While the company touted generous severance packages for its terminated employees, it offered unequal help to its shadow workforce.
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