California Voters Save AirBnB

Daily Caller News Foundation | Steve Ambrose
Airbnb Law Rally

Airbnb was saved by San Fransisco voters on a measure to regulate the home sharing industry.

Sit Back And Relax: Minibar Delivers Booze To Your Door

Daily Caller News Foundation | Steve Ambrose
Press Kit Minibar

Minibar delivers your wine, liquor, and beer to your door in under an hour

Marijuana Reform Far Surpasses Popularity Of Uber And Airbnb In New Poll

Daily Caller News Foundation | Jonah Bennett
A member of the Daya Foundation, a local non-profit organization, trims a cannabis plant at a lab in Santiago on April 7, 2015. Chile's congressional health committee approved a bill Monday that would legalize the cultivation of marijuana for private recreational or medicinal use, sending it to the floor for a full debate. The bill would take marijuana off the list of hard drugs in the socially conservative country and make it a soft drug like alcohol. It would allow people over the age of 18 to grow up to six cannabis plants for their own use, or for use by minors if they are patients using the substance as part of a prescribed treatment regimen.   AFP PHOTO / MARTIN BERNETTI        (Photo credit should read MARTIN BERNETTI/AFP/Getty Images)

‘It shouldn’t be young people’s biggest priority’

Study: Gig Economy Puts Two Million Americans To Work, Accounts For 30 Percent Of New Jobs

Business | Guy Bentley
A picture shows the logo of online lodging service Airbnb displayed on a computer screen in the Airbnb offices in Paris on April 21, 2015.  AFP PHOTO / MARTIN BUREAU        (Photo credit should read MARTIN BUREAU/AFP/Getty Images)

‘Our broadest measure of gig workers (Gig 3) indicates that they accounted for up to 38.2 percent of job growth’

Labor Department Sets Its Sights On The Sharing Economy

Business | Connor D. Wolf
Former Secretary of State and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton addresses supporters at an organizational rally on July 7, 2015 at the Iowa City Public Library in Iowa City, Iowa. (David Greedy/Getty Images)

‘Misclassification of employees as independent contractors is found in an increasing number of workplaces’