Here we go.
According to a report by the state attorney general that the company is not disputing.
A face of the start-up also represents its ugly side.
People are getting creative!
Did anybody notice the resemblance?
For hosts eager to violate both the health codes and the hotel laws.
The two sides have reached an agreement in their subpoena fight.
Studios there may be cheaper, but don't expect a stove.
Peter Chen just thought he was making some spare money — he never expected to be named a public enemy.
Or will the hotel industry continue to play hardball?
Locals hoping to profit from the influx of out-of-towners have been unsuccessful.
"I've grown increasingly uncomfortable doing this."
New York subpoenas the company.
The apartment-sharing site represented a customer.
A judge ruled against the start-up today.