Airbnb plans public share sale despite pandemic

“We believe that the lines between travel and living are blurring, and the global pandemic has accelerated the ability to live anywhere,” the company said in its Securities and Exchange Commission filing for its initial public offering (IPO). “Our platform has proven adaptable to serve these new ways of traveling.”

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