Microsite Article Microsite Article Short Title Share Company: AirbnbDesignation: Co-founder and CEO Co-founder and CEOBrian Chesky led lodging industry disrupter Airbnb in 2014 not only to complete a $500 million round of fundraising that helped raise its valuation at $13 billion, but also to launch a set of tools to help business travelers plan trips and manage expenses.Revenue declined 1 percent to $3.2 billionand Amtrak reported an operating loss of $306.5 millioncompared with the 2014 fiscal year's $230.1 million loss.Ticket sales and other revenue covered 91.1 percent of Amtrak’s operating costs.Test caption 1 Credit: this is my first credit On July 28, Airbnb announced that it had "worked closely with Salesforce and Facebook to reinvent business travel, and now more than 30 companies have already signed up to work with Airbnb, including Evernote, Eventbrite and Lyft." It also introduced a dedicated website, Business Travel on Airbnb, as a tool to help business travelers search for and book accommodations, manage budgets and submit expenses. ReLaTeD: Airbnb partnered with Concur to later in the year - Todaythis is the next awesome photo Source: here is my source left With more than 1,000,000 listings in 190 countries and a valuation now higher than all but the four largest global hotel companies—despite the fact that Airbnb doesn't own or operate any hotels—it is little wonder that the company has met with resistance in some locations and countries.RELATED: Microsite related test on productionhere is the next caption © 2016, all rights reserved The company has faced legal challenges in Barcelona, Malibu, Paris and New York City over concerns that its operators are circumventing zoning, codes, regulations and taxes, but Airbnb this year appears to have overcome such contentions in San Francisco, where the city approved a law to go into effect next month making it legal for residents to rent out rooms only in their primary residences through Internet sites. Airbnb, based in San Francisco from its founding in 2008, welcomed the new law even though it will mean that a sizable minority of its rentals would become illegal.last image for testing this credit area should be blank A report issued in November by New York attorney general Eric Schneiderman charges that nearly three-quarters of all Airbnb rentals in New York City are illegal and shows commercial operators, rather than residents, supply more than one third of the units. During Airbnb's negotiations in April that provided four years of data to the attorney general after a court fight, the company said it would stop doing business with hosts that had 2,000 or more listings in New York because they "weren't providing a quality, local experience to guests."