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A trade group claims the home-sharing website is a platform for illegal hotel operations.
"Power Lunch" hosts Melissa Lee and Brian Sullivan look at 5 stocks with analyst recommendations, including Spirit Airlines, BlackRock and Diamondback Energy.
Richard Solomons, CEO of InterContinental Hotels Group, discusses the industry as the group opens its 5,000th hotel in New York.
Following several years of drought conditions, ski resorts out West enjoyed a thriving business over the holidays. Here's why.
A proposed Uber Travel app could soon let users automatically hail a ride as their plane hits the tarmac.
Hyatt Hotels announced Wednesday that it discovered malware on computers used for payment processing.
Dionisio Pestana, Chairman of Grupo Pestana, celebrates the partnership with footballer Cristiano Ronaldo.
Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo is expanding his brand empire after announcing a more than $40 million investment into boutique hotels.
Hilton Worldwide shares rose on a report the company could spin off hotel properties into a real estate investment trust.
If the COP21 climate talks gave you a fresh focus on being green, here's how to do your bit this Christmas holiday season.
France struck back at foreign "world's best restaurants" listings that ignore French restaurants with a list of its own.
Accor, Europe's largest hotel group, has bought the owner of the Fairmont, Raffles and Swissotel hotel chains for $2.9B, the Financial Times reports.
Customers at a New York eatery have to pay a 3% surcharge on their bills to offset health coverage costs for the restaurant's workers.
Singapore is targeting a new export for China, already its largest trading partner: the city-state's iconic chilli crab.
Hilton Worldwide said Tuesday it has eliminated malware that targeted card information during a 17-week period.
Point of sale systems of a limited number of its hotels in North America were infected with malware, the company said.
The acquisition means that the Marriott Rewards program and the Starwood Preferred Guest program will be blended, NBC News reports.
Marriott announced plans to acquire Starwood in a deal valued at about $12.2 billion, creating the world's largest hotel company.