Molly Turner

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Public Policy Director for Airbnb, based in San Francisco

Molly Turner on KCRW

One consequence of Internet technology is what's called the "shared economy."

Airbnb and the 'Sharing Economy'

One consequence of Internet technology is what's called the "shared economy."

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