U.S. Chamber of Commerce survey shows support for sharing economy

Just 10 years ago, the idea of leaving your home for a long trip meant you were paying for something you wouldn’t use. Your car would sit in the garage, your apartment or house would sit empty, and you’d still be responsible for utilities. On the off chance you had a friend or relative in town, they could crash at your place and at least use the space. Since then, technology has dramatically lowered the

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U.S. Chamber of Commerce survey shows support for sharing economy

Just 10 years ago, the idea of leaving your home for a long trip meant you were paying for something you wouldn’t use. Your car would sit in the garage, your apartment or house would sit empty, and you’d still be responsible for utilities. On the off chance you had a friend or relative in town, they could crash at your place and at least use the space. Since then, technology has dramatically lowered the

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