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Paris Tourism Industry Hurt by Terror, Floods, Protests

In the first six months of the year, the number of visitors to the Paris area from other parts of France and foreign countries fell by 1 million to 14.9 million compared with the same period last year, the Regional Tourism Committee said in a report released Tuesday. The decline is the steepest since 2010.

Marriott-Starwood hotel deal is delayed by Chinese regulators

Marriott International Inc.'s proposed $13.6-billion purchase of Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc. has hit a snag: China.

The Bethesda, Md.-based hospitality giant said Monday that the Chinese Ministry of Commerce needs up to 60 additional days to review the company's purchase of Starwood, a deal that would create the world's largest hotel company.

Meeting Customer’s Expectations in the New Age of Personalization

It is no secret that personalization has been the hot topic for hotel marketers and technology professionals over the past couple of months. Research has shown that guests searching for travel information are no different than any other online consumer; they are now expecting a significant level of personalization during their travel

How Will The Brexit Impact US Airlines?

Contrary to market expectations, the United Kingdom surprisingly voted in favor of leaving the European Union through a referendum on 23rd June 2016. While the Brexit, or the exit of Britain from the EU, may not have many short term implications, it is likely to significantly impact the economic health of the UK as well as the EU over the long