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‘The industry has been in denial’: As hotels recover from the pandemic, they’re planning how to compete with another threat — Airbnb

'Typically the hospitality industry is the first to go down during an economic downturn, but is the strongest to come back.'

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This is what travelers are most worried about

Overcrowding, travel restrictions, unruly passengers—all of these things can upset travel plans. A recent survey found what concerns travelers the most.

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The best little cities to live in the U.S. in 2021

Right now, millions of people are re-evaluating where they want to live. If you’re one of them, this list is for you.

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‘I don’t want a permanent freeloader as a boyfriend’: We met during the pandemic — and he moved 900 miles to be with me

‘He has lived with me free for six months. I have paid for trips, household groceries, and 95% of dining out.’

Avis stock falls after Morgan Stanley recommends selling, saying it's too early for the 'mega-fleet bull case'

Shares of Avis Budget Group Inc. dropped 2.5% in afternoon trading Thursday, after Morgan Stanley analyst Billy Kovanis recommended investors sell, saying it's too early for investors to be betting on the "mega-fleet bull...

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It’s possible to travel without a credit card—here are your options

Not everyone wants a credit card, or can get one. These are some best options for paying for flights, lodging and international travel.

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Trump close to finalizing $400 million deal to sell rights to his deluxe Washington, D.C., hotel

Former President Donald Trump’s family company is in advanced discussions to sell the rights to its opulent Washington, D.C., hotel in a deal worth more than $370 million, say people familiar with the matter.

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The biggest risk facing investors this earnings season is lurking just beneath the surface

Growth rates of more than 27% for EPS and more than 15% for sales suggest corporate earnings have staged a strong rebound from their pandemic lows. But for some companies, that's far from the case.

Southwest's stock slumps as analyst says canceled flights could add to cost pressures, hurt labor relations

Shares of Southwest Airlines Co. slumped 2.9% in premarket trading Monday, to pace the declines among its air-carrier peers, after Southwest canceled more than 1,000 flights on Sunday, which the company blamed on air-traf...

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Flying with a pet? Some airlines are better than others

Some airlines will not longer ship pets by cargo, and you'll probably have to pay for your emotional support animal.

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Google Flights lets travelers see their carbon footprint — but can you trust it?

A small choice like flying in a premium seat or with one airline over another can make a significant difference in terms of environmental impact, travel and conservation experts say.

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Why I prefer my neighborhood diner to the ‘world’s best restaurant’

Sure, you can travel to Copenhagen and eat bee larvae at top-ranked restaurant Noma, but wouldn't you prefer a good cheeseburger at your local diner?

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Disney is eliminating a beloved free perk at its U.S. theme parks

Disney Genie will start Oct. 19 at Walt Disney World to help visitors avoid spending too much time in lines.

Avis Budget stock surges to another record, has nearly doubled over the past three months

Shares of Avis Budget Group Inc. shot up 7.3% in morning trading Friday, putting them on track for an eighth record close in the past month, and enough to pace the Dow Jones Transportation Average's gainers. The auto ren...

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How to book a vacation rental using points

Savvy travelers like to use rewards points to cover the cost of lodging, but most of the big vacation rental companies don’t have loyalty programs. Here's the workarounds.