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The investigation revealed that Marriott employees had disabled wi-fi networks established by consumers in the conference facilities, "while at the same time charging consumers, small businesses, and exhibitors as much as $1,000 per device to access Marriott's Wi-Fi network," the FCC said in a statement. The interference and disabling of wi-fi networks was...
Former Continental Airlines CEO Gordon Bethune, and CNBC's Phil LeBeau, discuss how Ebola is impacting airlines and what approach carriers will take to limit exposure to the infected areas of West Africa.
Despite handwringing over how badly protests will hit Hong Kong tourism, it isn't clear whether the turmoil is keeping mainland tourists away.
Global airline stocks closed sharply on Wednesday after the CDC confirmed the first case of Ebola in the country.
In a poll conducted by lastminute.com.au 912 people admitted to lying in order to receive free upgrades on flights.
International tourism to the United States was up 9 percent in the first half of this year. Could Ebola fears reverse that trend in the coming months?
CNBC's Jane Wells asked Wynn Resorts Chairman and CEO Steve Wynn, what will happen with the unfinished Fontainebleau casino resort on the Las Vegas Strip.
Brookfield Asset Management has won the auction for Atlantic City's bankrupt Revel Casino Hotel, said a source familiar with the situation.
CNBC's Jane Wells provides a sneak peek on how the gaming industry is changing its strategy to attract new customers into the casinos.
Outraged and disgusted by some travelers' behavior, a former flight attendant, who goes by a fake name, has set up passenger shamming blog.
One of the world's biggest hotel chains aims to become the "largest publishers of lifestyle," Variety reports.
NBC's Kevin Tibbles reports more than 3,750 flights have been cancelled at Chicago O'Hare since Friday. The FAA wants to restore Chicago air traffic site by mid-October.
A campaign to encourage more people to tip housekeeping may provide an opening for more mandatory hotel fees.
Australia's national carrier Qantas is set to commence the world's longest commercial air route today. CEO Alan Joyce tells CNBC's Matthew Taylor the significance of the move.
There are new inventions out there to solve some of the oldest problems for business travelers.
The setback is temporary, the company said, in a statement. It aims to relaunch "on or about Oct. 16."
Fewer than 10,000 workers could get the new minimum raise adopted by the Los Angeles City Council.
A fire the FAA's air traffic center in Chicago could cause travel delays at two of the busiest airports in the Midwest.
Ridesharing services Uber, Lyft and Sidecar are facing legal threats from Los Angeles and San Francisco. CNBC's Kate Rogers explains how the services may be violating California business law.
Travelport president and CEO Gordon Wilson, discusses the company's plan for paying down remaining debt, saying the company has no debt due until 2021. Wilson also discusses where he sees the company in 5-10 years.
The FCC vowed to crack down on businesses that force customers to use their Wi-Fi service. Should consumers ever use it?
A bomb threat on Twitter disrupted travel and frustrated airlines, according to USA Today.
Airlines look to get back on schedule on Wednesday after the cancellation of over 7,500 flights due to a winter storm.
After a stormy year at McDonald's, CEO Don Thompson is retiring. Chief Brand Officer Steve Easterbrook will take the helm.
The U.S. Air Force will use Boeing's commercial 747-8 airliner to replace the Air Force One presidential aircraft.
Citrix Systems said it would cut about 700 full-time and 200 contractor jobs to improve operational efficiency.