Laurence Tosi, chief financial officer of the home sharing company, tells CNBC, "the third quarter was the strongest quarter in the company's history and this year, we will be profitable, as measured by EBITDA." A source familiar with Airbnb's financials said that the company will end 2017 with bookings up approximately 50 percent from 2016. Making money - not losing it - puts Airbnb in stark contrast to other tech upstarts like Uber, Lyft and Spotify. Get the full story at CNBC