Throughout the week we post dozens of original stories, connecting the dots across the travel industry, and every weekend we sum it all up. This weekend roundup examines hospitality.

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>>When it comes to the biggest hospitality companies out there, these are some of the best to work for: These Are the Best Hospitality Companies to Work for in 2017

>>While the sale from one private equity firm to another isn’t necessarily the most exciting news, the promise of further funds for expansion by the new owner shows a commitment to the budget model: Generator Hostels Sold to Another Private Equity Firm for $480 Million

>>As CEO and head of community, Brian Chesky makes his way around the world and he’s offering some insights into what’s next for his $31-billion company: Airbnb CEO Says Its IPO Is ‘Halfway’ Ready

>>Nobody wants to get burned by doing a deal at the very top of the market: Marriott CEO Says More Hotel Mega-Mergers Are Likely

>>Is glamping really more than a fad? Collective Retreats and its investors seem to think so, but will that be enough? The Hospitality Startup That Wants to Make a Business Out of Luxury Pop-Up Hotels

Photo Credit: Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky (L) during an interview with Fortune editor Leigh Gallagher at the Economic Club of New York. Economic Club of New York