Revenue during the third quarter breezed past the $1 billion level as guest reservations boomed internationally in places like Beijing, Mexico City and Birmingham, England, the San Francisco-based company said Friday. Airbnb expects a record 1 million guests to stay at Airbnb listings across the U.S. during the Thanksgiving holiday. In some markets, like New York and Miami, there is evidence that home-sharing has cut into hotel profits, pushing some larger chains to get in on the action. Last month Marriott said it was expanding its home-sharing pilot in London to three additional European cities, while Hyatt announced it was pulling out of a money-losing collaboration with luxury home-sharing company Oasis. Get the full story at Travel Weekly Read also "Airbnb booked more than $1 billion in third quarter revenue"