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Patrick Kaser, Brandywine Global, discusses why airline stocks are up more than 20 percent so far this year, as the industry becomes the S&P 500's top performer.
Seattle's airport will soon get a dose of indie cred as the grunge-famous Sub Pop label starts selling vinyl and CDs, and hosting gigs.
Delta said it will become the latest carrier to change its frequent-flier program to a system based on ticket price rather than miles.
Steve Kaufer, TripAdvisor president & CEO, discusses how mobile growth has raised consumer engagement, the company's plans to generate revenue and the future of travel.
Australia's government is expected to come to the aid of struggling flag carrier Qantas, but what form that assistance takes remains unclear.
As lending options returned last year, hotel companies have ramped up construction, including Best Western, which is aiming for a more upscale market.
NASCAR's $400 million renovation of its primary stadium won't make a dent in rain delays, but it aims to appeal to a more diverse, plugged-in crowd.
Even with 100,000 flights canceled this winter and word of a new terror threat, airlines are headed for sunny skies, analysts forecast.
I've been a bull on this stock for six years straight, says Mark Mahaney, RBC Capital Markets, explaining why he thinks the company is one of the "best assets in the Internet space."
Marriott CEO Arne Sorenson explains why the hotel saw a decline in profits and revenue, and is accelerating its buyback.
Spirit Airlines president & CEO Ben Baldanza, discusses the company's website, airline fees and growth strategies. "Two-thirds of our customers buy directly from our website," he says.
Cruise lines are now offering some of their best deals of the year. How to score a luxury cruise for less.
Hotel pioneer Robert Bigelow has been constructing his latest real estate project in space.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports United Airlines is experiencing computer glitches causing flight delays.
Another winter storm hits the East, causing more travel headaches.
Matthew Plowright, principal at China Confidential, says the cultural awareness of Chinese tourists is changing as outbound travel spending from the world's second-largest economy is set to soar.
It sounds too good to be true, but companies are starting to let employees take as much time off as they want ... and it's all paid.
Starting in March, passengers on some Alaska flights will get free Old 55 Pale Ale made by Silver Gulch Brewing & Bottling.
Marathons represent big business opportunities for hotels. What properties are doing to draw in runners as guests.
Tim Boyd, Founder & CEO of Peak Resorts, and Bill Benneyan, Mountain Creek Resort president explain how ski resorts are cashing in on this winter's brutal weather.
Imagine the following help wanted ad. "Now Hiring: Candidate wanted to take a $1 million trip around the world—for free."
A warm-weather vacation this time of year doesn't mean you'll have to contend with college students gone wild.
The disappearance of a Malaysia Airlines flight has put a spotlight on the flag carrier's difficulty implementing its latest turnaround plan.
Facing unknown costs, many insurers are trying to get a sense of Obamacare enrollees' health status—fast.
The federal study found that knocking out nine substations could result in a months-long national blackout. The WSJ reports.
Amazon.com will raise the price of its Prime membership to $99 a year from $79. Should you bite?