Vacation rental giant Vacasa hires new chief revenue officer

Mike Dodson previously worked as the chief revenue officer of OpenTable, where he forged relationships with tens of thousands of restaurants.

Vacasa founder stepping down, former OpenTable chief to serve as interim CEO

The vacation rental giant has appointed former OpenTable CEO Matt Roberts as interim chief executive while it searches for a new permanent leader.

Vacasa appoints new technology chief

The vacation rental giant has promoted Jeff Flitton to CTO, saying he will now work on machine learning projects among other things.

Vacasa raises $319M for expansion, tech enhancements

Fast-growing vacation rental startup Vacasa announced Tuesday that it has raised $319 million in its latest funding round, helping drive its total valuation to more than $1 billion.

Vacasa wraps up purchase of Wyndham Vacation Rentals

Vacation rental startup Vacasa announced today that it has wrapped up a massive deal to acquire Wyndham Vacation Rentals, in the process growing its total portfolio to include tens of thousands of units.

Vacasa properties are now bookable through Google

A new integration between the rental management company and the search giant will allow Vacasa properties to show up in Google searches and maps of hotels.

Vacasa to acquire Wyndham Vacation Rentals in $162M deal

The $162 million deal, to be finalized this fall, will grow Vacasa’s portfolio to more than 23,000 vacation rental units across nearly every continent.

Vacasa hires new financial and security chiefs

The new hires will serve in C-suite positions and have backgrounds at big-name tech companies, suggesting the vacation rental startup is in it to win it.

Vacasa hires new financial and security chiefs

The new hires will serve in C-suite positions and have backgrounds at big-name tech companies, suggesting the vacation rental startup is in it to win it.

Vacation home rental platform Vacasa snags $64M

Vacation home rental platform Vacasa has secured another round of funding to the tune of $64 million, the company announced Thursday.