May 142014
 
 May 14, 2014  Business, Court

Nick Wingfield reports:

Airbnb, the popular apartment-sharing service, won a legal standoff Tuesday when a state judge ruled that the company did not have to give up customer records as part of an investigation by the New York attorney general.

The decision may give Airbnb only temporary respite, however. The office of Eric T. Schneiderman, the New York attorney general, said he planned to issue a new subpoena in coming days for Airbnb customer records that addressed the judge’s concerns.

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