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HAVANA, July 30- The Cuban tourism industry stagnated in 2013 and is struggling this year for more visitors, a government report said on Wednesday, the latest indication of a general slowdown in the country's economy.
Analysts and officials compare the current operation to a one-month war between Israel and Hizbollah guerrillas in Lebanon in the summer of 2006, as well as to conflicts in Gaza in 2009 and 2012, when the economy took a hit but bounced back quickly, except for tourism.
LAS VEGAS— The long parade of tourists who regularly stop by the downtown Las Vegas shop featured on the History Channel reality show "Pawn Stars" could soon have something better to do while waiting in line.
WONSAN, North Korea— Where do you go in North Korea if you're in the mood for a barbecue by the beach, maybe some pier-side fishing, or a dip in the ocean?
Rideshare services like Uber and Lyft are butting heads with regulators over laws that they claim are outdated and hurt their companies.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska— A tourist railway in Alaska is set to resume operations after a derailment injured 23 people. White Pass and Yukon Route Railroad Chairman John Finlayson said the company plans to resume service Friday. Two vintage locomotives and four passenger cars derailed Wednesday on the railroad's most popular route to White Pass Summit.
While the skies in Singapore has been smog-free thus far, its tourism sector is bracing itself for a recurrence of last year's severe air pollution.
The reputation of the ugly American tourist is getting a revival in one seaside Irish village.
The Gaza war, in which Israel is now waging a ground offensive to try to destroy Palestinian tunnels and missile stocks, is set to wipe at least half a billion dollars off the Jewish state's economy this year, industry bodies estimate. More than 3.5 million visitors came to Israel in 2013, pumping some 40 billion shekels into the economy.
CHATHAM, Mass.— Its reputation as a man-eating predator aside, the great white shark is emerging as a boon for tourism on Cape Cod. Among the entrepreneurs is Justin Labdon, owner of the Cape Cod Beach Chair Company, who started selling "Chatham Whites" T-shirts after customers who were renting paddle boards and kayaks began asking whether it was safe to go to sea.
Farm-to-table meals have become so popular that hotels are now getting in the game by offering prepared meals using food hooked or shot by guests.
Malware on computers in hotel business centers can record every keystroke a guest makes.
Mom-and-pop nudist resorts are folding while larger more luxurious options are thriving, The Economist reports.
For all the attention Lyft has drummed up from investors, government regulators in New York are far from impressed.
The wildly popular "Game of Thrones" TV series could also help re-establish Croatia's reputation as a location for film making.
A lawsuit seeking class-action status says passenger bags sometimes get bumped to make way for paid cargo, Crain's Chicago Business reports.
In today's "Power Pitch," Kristen McClellan pitches her device SnappyScreen, which applies sunscreen at the customers desired SPF level.
In the face of booming tourism, Croatia is faced with something of a dilemma: how to build on its natural assets without spoiling them.
This “small country for great holidays” suffers the same malaise that hampers other holiday hot spots along the Mediterranean coast.
Business travelers spent less money per trip in the second quarter, but it wasn't because prices went down, according to a new report.