Articles tagged “carnival corp.”

Cruises

Carnival CEO Arnold Donald Is Stepping Down

Donald has had to deal with the biggest crisis ever to hit the cruise industry, and leaves the company in still-uncharted waters with an uncertain path to recovery.

Carnival CEO Arnold Donald Is Stepping Down

Cruises

Norwegian and Royal Caribbean Cancel Further Cruise Sailings

Even with zero infections onboard, cruise lines are falling foul of strict protocols. They simply can't win.

Norwegian and Royal Caribbean Cancel Further Cruise Sailings

Cruises

Carnival Terminates Cruise in Lisbon After Covid Outbreak Grows

With the number of Covid cases reaching 64, or less than two percent of all those on board, Carnival Corp.'s AIDA Cruises has had to call time on the voyage. The cruise industry would have been hoping for a better start to 2022 than this.

Carnival Terminates Cruise in Lisbon After Covid Outbreak Grows

Airlines

A New List of the Most Valuable Public Travel Companies

Old school travel companies still largely dominate in terms of stock market valuation, but there is no denying the disruption sparked by Airbnb’s debut on the stock market.

A New List of the Most Valuable Public Travel Companies

Business Travel

Remote Workers Take to the Seas

Cruise ships turned into floating harbingers of doom during the pandemic. Now they have a chance to reposition themselves for the remote working boom.

Remote Workers Take to the Seas

Coronavirus

Disney Cruise Line to Resume Sailing From Florida Next Month, With No Vaccinations Required

After a long pause Disney has pencilled in a Bahamas cruise, but what kind of demand will it see with Florida's relaxed approach to inoculations?

Disney Cruise Line to Resume Sailing From Florida Next Month, With No Vaccinations Required

Coronavirus

Carnival Will Resume Cruises With More Than Half of Its Fleet by Year’s End

Seemingly undeterred by the Delta variant, this news is a turnaround for Carnival, which has suffered financially because of the pandemic.

Carnival Will Resume Cruises With More Than Half of Its Fleet by Year’s End

Coronavirus

Carnival Corp. Cancels Australian Sailings Until December

The cruise lines will face a struggle to restart at scale, because there's a reputation to shake off, as well as rising cases to contend with.

Carnival Corp. Cancels Australian Sailings Until December

Coronavirus

Carnival to Sell $500 Million in Shares as It Resumes Long-Paused Cruises

Cruises operators battered financially by the pandemic need to find ways to stay afloat so selling shares goes a long way in helping them stay in business.

Carnival to Sell $500 Million in Shares as It Resumes Long-Paused Cruises

Coronavirus

Carnival Posts $2 Billion Quarterly Loss as Cruise Industry Still Navigates Pandemic Perils

Although a gigantic quarterly loss is never good news, Carnival executives should be heartened by the fact brighter days are ahead as cruising finally returns.

Carnival Posts $2 Billion Quarterly Loss as Cruise Industry Still Navigates Pandemic Perils