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Airbnb bans all disruptive gatherings in perpetuity – TechCrunch, according to TechCrunch

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Airbnb customers take note: Airbnb permanently bans parties on all listings

From TechCrunch: After “indefinitely” banning unauthorized parties at properties booked through Airbnb in 2020, the company has permanently banned them. The firm said that the temporary had been was effective in curbing guests throwing unauthorized parties...

TechCrunch reports PayPal expands its ‘pay later’ options with a more flexible ‘PayPal Pay Monthly’ service

From TechCrunch: After Apple shook up the buy now, pay later market with news that it would now be a competitor to established firms, PayPal this morning is introducing another buy now, pay later product...

Uber will no longer require riders or drivers to wear masks in the US, according to TechCrunch

From TechCrunch: Uber announced that effective today, masks are no longer required for riders or drivers in the U.S. This change in policy comes after Florida federal judge Kathryn Kimball Mizelle, a Trump-era appointee, voided...

PayPal shuttering its San Francisco office, warns TechCrunch

From TechCrunch: PayPal is shuttering its San Francisco office as it evaluates its global office footprint. Multiple sources say the payments giant is closing its San Francisco office on 425 Market St. which housed its Xoom...

Latest PayPal customer news: PayPal’s new credit card pays 3% cash back on all PayPal purchases

From TechCrunch: PayPal is revamping its co-branded PayPal Cashback Mastercard credit card, issued by Synchrony, which will now give users 3% cash back when they check out using PayPal and 2% cash back on all...

Uber customers take note: You can book dinner reservations and buy event tickets on Uber now

From TechCrunch: Uber is launching a new feature on Tuesday that will allow customers in 15 cities across the U.S. and Mexico the ability to browse and book experiences like dinner reservations or live events...

Inside the Uber and Google settlement with Anthony Levandowski, says TechCrunch

From TechCrunch: One of Silicon Valley’s most infamous characters has narrowly avoided — yet again — the worst consequences of his actions. Anthony Levandowski reached a settlement agreement last week that resolves a number of disputes...

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The Verge reports T-Mobile confirms it will shut down Sprint’s LTE network next year

From The Verge: As reported by Light Reading and confirmed to The Verge, T-Mobile has committed to a June 30,...

House Republicans want to axe Citi contracts over bank’s abortion benefits, according to CBS News

From CBS News: Dozens of Republican lawmakers are urging the U.S. to cancel government contracts with Citigroup after the banking...

Citibank headlines: Why You Should Consider Amex Gold Over Citi Premier

From KoamNewsNow.com: While the Citi Premier® Card is a terrific card, the Amex Gold offers better benefits, offsetting the higher...