Airbnb reported quarterly revenue that blitzed analysts' estimates, benefiting as travellers chose holiday rentals during a season marred by rising Covid-19 cases.

The company did not give a financial forecast and was cautious about 2021, keeping a lid on share gains in extended trading...

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