News and notes from around the interweb:
- Six Southern California Motels You Can Buy Right Now That Would Be Ideal For Starting A Cult
- United Airlines now lets you combine electronic travel certificates
- Are revenue-based frequent flyer programs driving customer profitability?
- Changes to earning Korean Air Skypass miles from some partner airline flights
- A Stockholm Air Traffic Control Tower is now a luxury apartment
- The hotel industry and its unions are funding stings against people who rent out places on Airbnb (HT: Alan H.)
The group’s leaders say shrinking the company’s footprint in New York, its largest U.S. market, could serve as a guide for battles elsewhere and damage Airbnb’s image among public investors it may need to court someday. “We’re fighting a bit of a guerrilla campaign,” says Neal Kwatra, whose consulting firm, Metropolitan Public Strategies, has been hired to run Share Better’s daily operations. “We want to shrink the entire-home listing part of their business significantly, and we think we can do that.”