Here are five trends that are worth keeping an eye on.
A luxury Maldives resort is about to take the sleeping under-the-sea phenomenon to a whole new level.
Conrad Maldives Rangali Island is building a $15 million two-story hotel villa, part of which will sit 16.4 feet below the surface of the Indian Ocean.
The arrests of two nonpaying guests at a Starbucks Corp. cafe earlier this month have raised questions among some employees about how to handle such situations.
WASHINGTON—The Supreme Court on Wednesday will consider whether President Donald Trump can legally restrict entry to the U.S. for travelers from several Muslim majority countries, tackling a central issue of his presidency.
A gunman who killed four people Sunday at a Waffle House near Nashville was arrested last summer after he crossed a security barrier at the White House, police said.
It’s very rare these days that a hotel will give you a real key when you check in. Instead, most chain hotels and mid-sized establishments have switched over to electronic locks with a keycard system. As researchers from F-Secure have discovered, these electronic locks may not be very secure. Researchers from the company have managed to create a “master key” for a popular brand of hotel locks that can unlock any door.
Fast-food and casual-dining restaurants are fighting for market share as new competitors offer consumers more ways to eat. Arby's Restaurant Group Inc. believes it can thrive by doubling down on both business models.
PHUKET, Thailand—This resort island is facing a challenge other vacation spots around the world may soon confront: how to cope when the Chinese tourists come.
FOR DECADES, professional golf has had a stable business model. Corporate sponsors pay millions to put their names on tournaments in deals that also require them to buy commercial time during broadcasts. That, in turn, drives more revenue to the PGA Tour through broadcast rights deals.