Arnold Donald, CEO & President of Carnival Corporation, speaks about his company's upcoming first cruise to Cuba and the change in law for Cubans and Cuban-Americans to be able to travel via cruise ships.
Cuba said it would lift a ban on Cubans and Cuban-Americans entering and leaving the Caribbean island by commercial vessels.
Researchers say some parts of the brain don't go into 'sleep mode' in the first night of a new location.
James Stewart, MGM Growth Properties CEO, talks about his company's fresh IPO, as well as his outlook for growth and cooperation with spin-off parent MGM Resorts.
A federal appeals court backs a ban on snowboarders at a ski resort in Utah.
CNBC's Simon Hobbs reports on Carnival Corporation's Cuba bookings.
Pierfrancesco Vago, executive chairman of MSC Cruises, discusses the plans for the company's four new LNG-powered cruise ships.
Geoffrey Yu, ultra high net worth investment strategist at UBS, comments on what MSC Cruises' decision to buy four new ships means for the economy.
CNBC's Robert Frank looks at The Venetian's invite-only top suite in Las Vegas.
Discussing Anbang's dropped bid for Starwood Hotels and how it could affect real estate prices with Ken Cruse, co-founder of Alpha Wave Investors and former president & CEO of Sunstone Hotel Investors.
"The most important thing for us to succeed at is the loyalty program," Marriott CEO Arne Sorenson tells CNBC.
Marriott CEO Arne Sorenson tells CNBC the hotel chain experienced "lots of cancellations" after last month's deadly Brussels terrorist attacks.
Tom Jenkins, CEO of European Tour Operators Association, talks about the impact of the Brussels terror attack on tourism to Europe.
Arnold Donald, CEO & President of Carnival Corporation, talks with CNBC's Simon Hobbs about the company's earnings beat, being the first U.S. cruises to Cuba, and its virtual reality partnership with Samsung and AT&T.
Marriott isn't likely to offer another sweetener to its bid for Starwood Hotels, an analyst said. That could clear the path for rival Anbang to step in.
The GOP argument against lifting the Cuba embargo is flawed, says Kabir Sehgal.
Starwood Hotels & Resorts became the first U.S. hotel company to sign a deal with Cuba since the 1959 revolution.
CNBC's David Faber discusses Marriott's next move after Anbang put forth a deal with Starwood is all cash but Starwood has yet to sign because it needs to give Marriott five days to respond to the offer, reports CNBC's David Faber.
Starwood, already in a deal with Marriott, receives a takeover bid by a group of investors, led by China's Anbang Insurance.
Starwood Hotels & Resorts receives a rival takeover bid, valuing the company at $76 a share in cash.