Marriott International Asia Pacific's Craig Smith talks about the Golden Week holidays, tourism in China and Marriott's Starwood acquisition.
The World Travel and Tourism Council says governments are spending hundreds of billions of dollars on tourism this year.
Republican candidate Trump's company conducted business in Cuba in the late 1990s, violating the trade embargo, Newsweek will report on Friday.
Antoine Lesne, head of SPDR ETF strategy at State Street Global Advisors, talks about Thomas Cook, consumers and the travel industry.
Various tourist destinations have different patterns of recovery from terrorist attacks, explains Sojern's Stephen Taylor.
A rise in right-wing extremism is posing a serious threat to the economy in East Germany, according to a government report.
Sports experts say that North Carolina is likely to lose over $110 million in sports tourism thanks to its controversial "bathroom law."
September marks the start of China's peak travel season but traditional hotspot Taiwan is not feeling the love.
Not even bad weather or Zika virus fears can keep the thousands of tourists away from Singapore's F1 Grand Prix night race. CNBC's Dan Murphy reports.
Consolidated Press Holdings' Rob Rankin says Crown Resorts is still in early stage discussions over a Gold Coast casino.
Hong Kong cosmetic icon Sa Sa has gone digital to counter mainland Chinese tourists' dwindling interest in shopping, CFO Guy Look said.
The newest addition to the Cotai Strip will boost tourist arrivals but it's unlikely to improve gaming revenues, warns Global Market Advisors' Jonathan Galaviz.
Sa Sa International's Guy Look talks about how his company uses digital advertising and social media to better engage potential mainland customers.
Even though mainland Chinese tourist arrivals have stabilized, consumer retail spending has dipped, says Guy Look, CFO at Sa Sa International.
Taiwanese workers in the hospitality sector participated in a demonstration due to frustrations over the shrinking numbers of Mainland tourists.
For Asia's well-heeled millennial travelers, new experiences are far more appealing than the comfort of organized tours.
Sheila Patel, CEO of international at Goldman Sachs Asset Management, looks at which sectors are facing disruption, besides the tech space.
Faeez Fadhlillah, CEO of Tripfez, talks about how his business integrates Salam Standard benchmarks to ensure that Muslim travelers' needs are met.
From robot butlers to paying closer attention to bloggers, some travel companies are trying everything possible to lure millennials.
Using travel search engines to make travel bookings is second nature to value-conscious millennials, says Ross Veitch, CEO & co-founder of Wego.