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  • What cruise ships say about the economy

    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.

  • High roller Vegas suite

    CNBC's Robert Frank looks at The Venetian's invite-only top suite in Las Vegas.

  • PARIS, April 5- AccorHotels, Europe's largest hotel group, has bought British serviced home rental company onefinestay to strengthen its response to Airbnb and further expand its luxury portfolio. Onefinestay was launched in London in 2010 by four friends Greg Marsh, Demetrios Zoppos, Tim Davey and Evan Frank, who had raised about 200,000 euros from family and...

  • April 4- Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's string of luxury hotel properties, The Trump Hotel Collection, appears to be dealing with the second breach of its credit card systems in a year, KrebsonSecurity reported on Monday. The company was investigating the claims, the blog reported. The company could not be immediately reached.

  • LOS ANGELES, April 3- Nine months into a minimum wage hike at some Los Angeles hotels, city leaders and other backers of the move are claiming victory, saying doomsday forecasts from hoteliers have proven unfounded. "There have not been the wholesale layoffs or cutbacks that we were told would occur," said Los Angeles City Councilman Curren Price, who co-authored...

  • Anbang's pullout effect

    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.

  • Belgian troops control a road leading to Zaventem airport following Tuesday's airport bombings in Brussels, Belgium, March 24, 2016.

    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.

  • Carnival CEO: Honored to be first to Cuba

    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.

  • Carnival's revenue rose 3.4 percent to $3.65 billion, marginally beating average analysts' estimates of $3.63 billion, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S. The operator of the Carnival Cruise Line also raised the lower end of its full year profit forecast to $3.20 to $3.40 per share from its previous range of $3.10 to $3.40 per share. Net income nearly tripled...

  • Palm trees stand in front of the Marina Del Rey Marriott hotel in Marina Del Rey, California, U.S., on Monday, March 21, 2016.

    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.

  • March 28- Wall Street was mixed on Monday as weaker-than-expected U.S. economic data reduced concerns about potential interest rate hikes and a dip in oil prices pushed down energy shares. "I don't think we're out of the woods," said Frank Gretz, a technical analyst at Wellington Shields& Co, a brokerage in New York. Investors will pay close attention to Fed Chair...

  • March 28- U.S. stocks were little changed on Monday as gains in consumer stocks following encouraging data offset the impact of a dip in crude oil prices on the energy sector. Investors will parse Fed Chair Janet Yellen's comments, when she speaks in New York on Tuesday, for clues on when the central bank will raise rates. "I think today's action will be in...

  • *U.S. consumer spending up 0.1 pct in Feb. March 28- Wall Street was little changed on Monday as gains in consumer staples stocks were offset by losses in energy and technology sectors and investors digested February consumer spending data. Wall Street snapped a five-week winning streak on Thursday as a strengthening dollar weighed on commodity-related...

  • NEW York, March 22- Global equity markets were little changed, regrouping from early losses while safe-haven gold and government bonds eased from higher levels on Tuesday following attacks on the airport and a rush-hour metro train in Brussels. Cruise ship operators Royal Caribbean, down 2.9 percent and Carnival Corp, down 2.1 percent, were among the worst...

  • NEW York, March 22- Global equity markets reversed losses while safe-haven gold and government bonds pulled back from higher levels on Tuesday in the wake of attacks on the airport and a rush-hour metro train in Brussels. On Wall Street, the NYSEArca airline index lost 0.4 percent and was on track for its first decline in five sessions. Cruise ship operators Royal...

  • NEW York, March 22- Global equity markets fell on Tuesday while safe-haven gold and government bonds were in demand after attacks on the airport and a rush-hour metro train in Brussels triggered security alerts across western Europe. Cruise ship operators Royal Caribbean and Carnival Corp were among the worst performers on the S&P 500, down more than 3...

  • LONDON, March 22- World stocks fell and safe-haven gold and government bonds rose on Tuesday after attacks on the airport and a rush-hour metro train in Brussels that triggered security alerts across western Europe. U.S. futures pointed to a fall of almost half of one percent at the open on Wall Street. "It is all to do with the events in Brussels... but the reaction is...

  • LONDON, March 22- European stocks fell on Tuesday and safe-haven assets, gold and government bonds rose in price after two explosions at Brussels airport killed at least one person and left several others injured. The cause of the blasts was unknown, but they occurred four days after the arrest in Brussels of a suspected participant in November militant attacks...