Airbnb shares fell following its recent earnings report. The home-rental company beat the second-quarter top line — 56 cents against the Refinitiv estimate of 43 cents. However, it fell short in revenue, but not by much: $2.10 billion vs. the $2.11 billion estimate. Airb2b was down close to 9% in after-hours trading. The company hopes to remain steady in Q3 with 25% year-over-year growth expected.