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How Novelty Cereal Helped Dig Airbnb Out of the 'Trough of Sorrow'

Airbnb cofounder Joe Gebbia talks to NPR about the startup's unconventional means of overcoming early credit card debt. You could call what it did an election-year miracle.
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