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Tourism

How Brazil Plans to Handle Security Challenges During the World Cup

The country is taking every precaution to make sure the games go off with as few reports of violence and theft as possible, but will it be enough to quell locals suddenly put on the world stage?

How Brazil Plans to Handle Security Challenges During the World Cup

Hotels

New York Attorney General Issues New Subpoena to Airbnb

With requests narrowed down to satisfy the judge, Airbnb will need to make new arguments to battle the subpoena.

New York Attorney General Issues New Subpoena to Airbnb

Airlines

Southwest CEO Points to More Opportunities Than Airlines, Hikes Dividend 50 Percent

With its seemingly unending string of quarterly profit reports, Southwest is in a strong financial position, and is speeding the wealth around with its shareholders by raising its quarterly dividend.

Southwest CEO Points to More Opportunities Than Airlines, Hikes Dividend 50 Percent

Tourism

SeaWorld Attendance Drop Leads to Revenue Decline in Q1

If the Blackfish documentary is hurting SeaWorld's attendance, the theme park operator would be pained to admit it.

SeaWorld Attendance Drop Leads to Revenue Decline in Q1
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Partnerships

Why Winning Offline Engagement Will Soon Become the New Battleground for Hotel Distribution in China

When it comes to travel and Chinese social media, Dragon Trail was the first to market with local services and solutions. Adapting to the ever changing internet and social media landscape in China, Dragon Trail helps a growing number of global travel brands increase brand awareness, develop customer relationships, and generate sales.

Why Winning Offline Engagement Will Soon Become the New Battleground for Hotel Distribution in China

Tourism

New Atlanta Sports Stadium to Boost Revenue with Adjacent Retail Strip

Atlanta's new stadium will encourage higher visitor spending by strategically placing shops and restaurants alongside the popular stadium.

New Atlanta Sports Stadium to Boost Revenue with Adjacent Retail Strip

Airlines

Malaysia Airlines Looks Past Missing Jet to Recovery Plan

Although the search for the missing jet will continue, Malaysia Airlines executives also need to consider the future of their business and pave a path to profitability.

Malaysia Airlines Looks Past Missing Jet to Recovery Plan

Online Travel

San Francisco Hotel Offers Google Glass Package Complete With Etiquette Advice

The Stanford Court Hotel's Google Glass Explorer Package puts a new twist on touring like a local, and it should do well with techy visitors. A talk on how to use Google Glass without trampling on other people's privacy is a nice touch for those who want to avoid bar rights and other altercations.

San Francisco Hotel Offers Google Glass Package Complete With Etiquette Advice

Tourism

World Cup Attendees Expected to Spend $2,500 Each in Brazil

Despite Brazil's infrastructure delays and the rising probability of protests, tourists will still travel to the games, sleep in hotels, and eat local food. Whether the more than $3 billion economic boost is worth the criticism and political strife is yet to be determined.

World Cup Attendees Expected to Spend $2,500 Each in Brazil

Online Travel

CEO Interview: Cheapflights and Momondo Attempt a Dual-Brand Strategy

The Momondo Group is in the early stages of pursuing a dual brand metasearch strategy with its Cheapflights and Momondo brands. Are they different enough from one another, and will they stand out sufficiently from their rivals to make a real go of it? Other players will be watching to see if any of this makes sense.

CEO Interview: Cheapflights and Momondo Attempt a Dual-Brand Strategy