Tom Lewand, Shinola CEO, discusses how he is contributing to the revitalization of downtown Detroit.
Marriott International Asia Pacific's Craig Smith talks about the Golden Week holidays, tourism in China and Marriott's Starwood acquisition.
Rock and roll was synonymous with the Hard Rock Cafe, but the 45-year-old venue is now expanding its musical taste.
How much has Zika been impacting the travel business? CNBC's Susan Li reports. The "Fast Money" traders share their take on travel stocks.
Republican candidate Trump's company conducted business in Cuba in the late 1990s, violating the trade embargo, Newsweek will report on Friday.
Various tourist destinations have different patterns of recovery from terrorist attacks, explains Sojern's Stephen Taylor.
A rise in right-wing extremism is posing a serious threat to the economy in East Germany, according to a government report.
Marriott International chief Arne Sorenson tells CNBC how his company will distinguish 30 hotel brands after its Starwood purchase.
Our business is up but not in any robust way, says Arne Sorenson, Marriott CEO, sharing his outlook on the U.S. economy. Also Sorenson discusses how security issues and North Carolina's "bathroom law" are impacting his business.
You get a better deal if you book direct, says Arne Sorenson, Marriott CEO, weighing in on the benefits and drawbacks of internet booking websites.
Arne Sorenson, Marriott CEO says the new Marriott now provides loyalty customers with bigger options although there will be competition among some hotels.
Marriott International closed its $13-billion acquisition of Starwood to become the world's largest hotel chain.
In total, 30 brands will fall under the Marriott umbrella to create the world's largest hotel chain with more than 1.1 million rooms.
A new Worldpay survey sheds light on how travelers from different countries plan their trips.
Kayak CEO Steve Hafner says new technologies are starting to change how travelers plan and book their trips, he explains to CNBC's "On the Money."
McDonald's has received final bids from at least three groups for its China and Hong Kong outlets.
The newest addition to the Cotai Strip will boost tourist arrivals but it's unlikely to improve gaming revenues, warns Global Market Advisors' Jonathan Galaviz.
Fitch Ratings' Alex Bumazhny suggests that the casino sector is driven by macro conditions in China picking up rather than increases in capacity.
Grant Govertsen, MD of Union Gaming, thinks there's potential for the French-themed resort in Macau to do well with the mass market.
Sands' latest gamble in Macau, the Parisian, opens its doors to visitors today, offering more than just gaming.