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Stephen Joyce, Choice Hotels International president & CEO, explains why the outlook on summer travel is promising this season.
Enjoying breakfast in bed or a late-night snack at New York's largest hotel will soon require that you first trek to the lobby for grab and go items.
Jonathan Tisch, Loews Hotels chairman, discusses his reaction to reports the IRS spent millions of dollars on employee conferences and whether cutting back on those conferences will impact the hotel industry.
Video of IRS employees dancing during an employee conference is stirring up controversy, reports CNBC's John Harwood.
Mark Hoplamazian, Hyatt Hotels' president and CEO, discusses the Pritzker family's majority stake in the company and how he intends to increase its earnings.
The boss of UltimatePoker.com—the first legal, real-money poker site in the U.S.—told CNBC that users can only play in one state right now but not for long.
CNBC's Steve Sedgwick, comments on a survey which revealed that Germans are the best tippers in the world, and says he doesn't tip because "it's very hard to expense tips".
Just when thousands of urbanites thought they discovered a gold mine in renting out their apartments on Airbnb, regulators and tax collectors are flexing their power.
McDonald's needs kids more than today's kids need McDonald's. Perhaps no one knows that better than CEO Don Thompson, who was grilled by a 9-year-old at the annual meeting.
N.J. officials have seized inventory and demanded records from 29 bars and restaurants that allegedly sold cheap liquor to patrons who thought they were buying premium brands.
Rival online takeout services Seamless North America and GrubHub will combine and create a company covering more than 20,000 restaurants in 500 U.S. cities.
Hoping to increase sales and traffic in their restaurants, fast-food and fast-casual operators are cranking up the menu innovation to produce items that stray from the gastronomic norm.
Restaurant owners are worried that a tough new drunk driving law, which would make it illegal to drive with at blood-alcohol content level above 0.05, may hurt their business.
Some hotels are now catering to tired guests by offering services such as in-room cocktail programs; and sleep concierge programs, in an attempt to meet customers' need to relax, reports CNBC's Steve Liesman.
The Gulf's clout as an international tourism destination is growing, with 15 million visitors expected in Dubai alone by 2015. Arne Sorenson, CEO of Marriott International, tells CNBC how he's looking to capitalize on shifting trends in the region.
The UAE and Saudi Arabia big drivers for the InterContinental Hotels Group, the world's largest hotel by number of rooms. Richard Solomons, the firm's CEO, discusses the drivers of regional demand, and why Africa is not on his priority list.
Burger King will unveil its 2013 summer menu plans, highlighted by a new, limited-time BK Rib Sandwich, which is boneless like McDonald's McRib.
Paul Kerr, Small Luxury Hotels of the World CEO, explains how his company is profiting by offering guests a unique experience not found at the larger hotels and resorts.
Yum Brands' Taco Bell is quietly testing a waffle taco at three Southern California locations, as it looks to expand its breakfast offerings.
McDonald's said on Wednesday that April sales at its established restaurants around the world declined 0.6 percent amid tough competition to attract frugal diners who are shopping around for the best deals.