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CNBC's Seema Mody reports on the big boom for travel and hospitality companies for the coast-to-coast solar eclipse.
Some companies hope to get a boost from millions of people traveling in the U.S. to see Monday's once-in-a-century solar eclipse.
The Secret Service can no longer afford to pay hundreds of agents it needs to carry out an expanded protective mission.
If you love kids, and know how to handle yourself in a scrape, this may be the job for you.
Richard Clarke, senior analyst for European hotels and leisure at AB Bernstein, speaks about the repercussions of last week's terror attack in Barcelona, Spain.
Alibaba and Marriott hope to offer Chinese travelers a seamless booking experience from rooms to local services, says Peggy Fang Roe, chief sales and marketing officer, Asia Pacific, Marriott International.
If you like the idea of camping, but not the part that involves actually getting dirty, then 'glamping' may be for you.
This startup is trying to use the shortage of hotel rooms along Monday's eclipse path to its advantage.
Airbnb's disaster response program has been activated for victims of the Barcelona attack.
CNBC spent a day in Bali meeting digital nomads from around the world, who work and live wherever they want.
Rob Wiesenthal, Blade founder & CEO, talks about diversifying his helicopter business by expanding routes to include more that just oil rigs.
The four largest U.S. cellular carriers are stepping up coverage for the massive crowds expected to gather during Monday's solar eclipse.
CNBC's Uptin Saiidi spends a day in Bali to test out a new workday routine and meet global digital nomads.
Credit cards are now a better way to earn points or miles than flying itself.
Stephen Furlong, aviation analyst at Davy Research, discusses how German airline Luftansa will benefit from the demise of competitor Air Berlin.
The number of Labor Day weekend travelers is expected to jump 5 percent from last year.
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