A new analysis shows Americans could pocket as much as $6.2 billion a week if they rent out spare bedrooms.
Marriott CEO Arne Sorenson, provides insight to the process of buying Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc., and competition from the Chinese bidder.
Marriott CEO Arne Sorenson, discusses the health of the U.S. economy, and the performance of its brands in the first quarter.
A unit of China's HNA Group agrees to buy Carlson Hotels for an undisclosed amount.
Alison Brittain, CEO of Whitbread, talks about the company's results, where the company is heading and her progress after five months in the job.
The FMHR traders debate Barron's 30-percent upside view on Marriott, with three out of four agreeing it's the time to buy.
Cuba said it would lift a ban on Cubans and Cuban-Americans entering and leaving the Caribbean island by commercial vessels.
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.
Sri Lanka takes the needs of its multiethnic population very seriously, with a very pleasant side-effect: 25 national public holidays a year.
It was 61 years ago on April 15, 1955 Ray Kroc opened his first McDonald’s in Des Plaines, Illinois. Kroc bought the restaurant from brothers Richard and Maurice McDonald for $2.7 million in 1961.
McDonald's is targeting private equity firms for its planned sale of 2,800 restaurants in North Asia, people familiar with the matter told Reuters.
CNBC's Robert Frank looks at The Venetian's invite-only top suite in Las Vegas.
A line of hotels linked to Donald Trump is investigating a possible credit card breach, according to Krebs on Security.
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.
Anbang backed out of the Starwood bidding war because it was bringing too much attention to the company, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports the latest from Beijing about Anbang dropping their bid for Starwood Hotels.
"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.
Arne Sorenson, Marriott International CEO, talks about Anbang's decision to walk away from its deal to buy Starwood Hotels and weighs in on the risks and benefits associated with the likely acquisition.
CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports on why China's Anbang Insurance Group dropped its $14 billion offer for Starwood Hotels and Resorts.