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Although Carnival shares rose ahead of its conference call on Friday, they turned lower amid concerns that demand for the Costa brand may be slow to recover, one analyst told CNBC.
The Brookings Institution analyzed the financial data of the world’s largest metropolitan areas and uncovered some interesting findings. Check out which cities were the most productive.
Discussing the second incident in the last two months for Carnival's Costa Line and how this will impact the stock and overall cruise industry, with Kevin Milota, JPMorgan.
Timothy McNally, Chairman at NagaCorp, McNally, discusses the factors driving the company's growth.
As hoteliers focus on wooing the high-spending Chinese tourists, they risk losing their core Western guests.
While Airbus and Boeing fight it out for a bigger share of the large passenger jet market in Asia, another battle is heating up among manufacturers of smaller, regional jets that carry between 60 and 120 passengers.
In the U.S. there is a broad recovery underway but in Europe there is a broad slowdown creeping across the continent, says Arne Sorenson, Marriott International CEO-elect. Sorenson also discusses some of the independent hotels that have joined Marriott as franchises.
A Pekingese named Malachy, last year's No 2. dog, won Best in Show at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show at New York's Madison Square Garden.
American companies adding outsourcing and back office operations in Hyderabad, Bangalore, and Mumbai, are resulting in a boon for high-end hotel brands seeking to build properties in India. The New York Times reports.
While Europe's debt crisis and global economic uncertainty are threatening airline profitability in the West, in Asia airlines are experiencing relatively strong growth. But rising capacity and cut-throat competition are threatening to derail that.
Undeterred by the strong Aussie dollar Chinese are flocking to Australia, making up for the lack of Western tourists.
A look at the hotel stocks that are outperforming the broader S&P 500, with Jake Fuller, Lazard Capital Markets.
There were times last year when foreigners all but vanished from the elegant wooden veranda of Kiyomizu Temple in Kyoto, one of Japan’s most celebrated tourist spots, but now they are flowing back – and most of them seem to be speaking Chinese.
Millions of tourists come here every year to visit the ancient ruins of Angkor Wat, an influx that has helped transform what once resembled a small, laid-back village into a thriving and cosmopolitan town with thumping nightlife and more than 10,000 hotel rooms. The NYT reports.
A industry survey shows travel agents anticipate business bookings to increase by three to five percent in 2012, compared to a year ago.
Unregistered passengers might have been aboard the stricken cruise liner that capsized off the Tuscan island of Giglio, a top rescue official said, raising the possibility that the number of missing might be higher than previously announced.
Disney CEO Bob Iger discusses the President's plans to boost tourism.
President Obama is taking action to increase tourism. Secretary Ken Salazar, who is traveling with the President, joins CNBC from Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida.
Demand growth for hotel rooms is "reasonably good," says Christopher Nassetta, Hilton Worldwide president & CEO. "We are seeing rate increases; we are starting to see pricing power," he says.
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