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  • July 12- Trump International Hotels Management LLC said late on Tuesday a data breach at a service provider compromised card payment details at 14 of its properties. The compromised information included payment card numbers and card security codes for some of the hotel chain's reservations processed through service provider Sabre Corp's central...

  • SHANGHAI, July 12- China released 10 employees of Australian casino operator Crown Resorts Ltd on Wednesday, the first of 16 who were detained in October and sentenced in June for illegally promoting gambling. Nineteen employees were detained as Crown was trying to attract high-spending Chinese to its casinos outside of China, where gambling is illegal...

  • SHANGHAI, July 12- China released 10 employees of Australian casino operator Crown Resorts Ltd on Wednesday, the first of 16 who were detained in October and sentenced in June for gambling crimes. Four employees, including Australian national Jerry Xuan, emerged from a Shanghai detention facility accompanied by family members and security officials,...

  • SHANGHAI, July 11- Hong Kong stocks extended this week's rally, posting their best day in four months on Tuesday, bolstered by strong gains among financial sector stocks. Shares of Sunac China Holdings Ltd raced 13.7 percent on the resumption of trade on Tuesday, a day after the acquisitive developer agreed to buy tourism projects and hotels from Chinese...

  • At Tru properties, Hilton has stripped away closets and dressers in favor of wall hooks and open pipe shelving.

    Hotel brands are rejiggering the classic guest experience to match the tastes and expectations of today's wired and road-weary travelers.

  • Macau casino

    June now ending, the gaming business in Macau appears have to have notched another big win on strength in the lucrative VIP segment.

  • *Eid normally one of busiest times for Doha hotels. *Airport in Doha says this Eid period was "very busy". DOHA, June 26- A boycott imposed by four Arab nations that accuse Qatar of supporting terrorism is squeezing the tourism sector and Doha's hotels which would normally be full in the Eid al-Fitr holiday have seen steep falls in their occupancy rates.

  • TORONTO, June 27- The name Trump will be removed from a high-rise hotel and condo development in downtown Toronto after the project's new owner, JCF Capital ULC, reached a deal with Trump Hotels to buy out its management contracts for an undisclosed amount. In a statement announcing the buyout on Tuesday, JCF Capital did not say whether it had reached a deal yet with...

  • *Eid normally one of busiest times of year for Doha hotels. *Airport in Doha says this Eid period was "very busy". DOHA, June 26- A boycott imposed by four Arab nations that accuse Qatar of supporting terrorism is squeezing the tourism sector and Doha's hotels which would normally be full in the Eid al-Fitr holiday have seen steep falls in their occupancy rates.

  • TORONTO, June 27- The new owner of a Trump-branded hotel in downtown Toronto said on Tuesday that it had struck a deal with Trump Hotels to buy out its management contract for an undisclosed amount. JCF is the vehicle created by Juniper Capital Partners LLC and Cowie Capital Partners Inc that bought the tower's units not owned by individuals earlier this year in a...

  • A Delta Airlines customer checks his baggage before a flight at San Francisco International Airport (SFO).

    The travel industry seems to always have its hand out — sometimes literally.

  • *Eid normally one of busiest times of year for Doha hotels. *But Saudi, UAE, Bahrain visitors absent. DOHA, June 26- A boycott imposed by four Arab nations that accuse Qatar of supporting terrorism is squeezing the tourism sector and Doha's hotels which would normally be full in the Eid al-Fitr holiday have seen steep falls in their occupancy rates.

  • In any industry certainty is better than none: Royal Caribbean CEO

    CNBC's Susan Li talks with Richard Fain, Royal Caribbean CEO, about the travel ban, the cruise industry, the price of oil and ship innovation.

  • SHANGHAI, June 26- A Chinese court sentenced three Australian employees of casino operator Crown Resorts Ltd to short jail terms on Monday, an Australian diplomat said, but they will have little time left to serve as the sentences run from the date of their detention last October. The embassy official said Crown's head of international VIP gambling Jason...

  • Cuba is still a very small part of our business: Carnival CEO

    Carnival CEO Arnold Donald talks about the company's second quarter earnings and sales beating expectations amid recent international terrorist attacks and Cuba sanctions with CNBC's Susan Li.

  • Smooth sailing for cruise industry

    CNBC's Susan Li reports on the outlook for cruise operators as bookings are ahead of estimates.

  • If you're using plastic to finance your getaway, you're racking up an average of $1,108 for a little rest and relaxation.

  • Ken Chu, Catherine Chu and Tenniel Chu of the Mission Hills Group talk about their father's vision of promoting golf in China twenty-five years ago.

  • Tourists sit near a cruise ship in Havana, Cuba May 15, 2017.

    President Donald Trump's tightening of travel to Cuba won't stop airlines and cruise lines from its operations, but it could slow hotel development.

  • TORONTO/ MONTREAL, June 16- Marriott International Inc's St. A third source said the Trump Organization already has agreed to a settlement that will see it walk away from its branding and management deal for the 65- story hotel and condo tower in the financial district of Canada's largest city. Trump, whose business connections were the subject of two lawsuits...