Articles tagged “corporate governance”

Online Travel

Meituan Makes Gains in Luxury Hotels as Chinese Government Reshapes Online Sector

The Chinese government, for better or worse, is exacting a toll on online platforms in its anti-monopoly drive. Meituan's penalty amounted to 3 percent of revenue, and it is being forced to implement additional reforms.

Meituan Makes Gains in Luxury Hotels as Chinese Government Reshapes Online Sector

Online Travel

What’s Wrong at Tripadvisor?

Question: At Tripadvisor, as a controlled company, what mechanisms did minority shareholders have to pressure Chairman Greg Maffei to make dramatic changes? Answer: Relatively few.

What’s Wrong at Tripadvisor?

Online Travel

6 Takeaways From Airbnb’s Manifesto on Stakeholder Capitalism Ahead of Davos

Airbnb has legions of critics, and it knows that its articulated stakeholder goals will get intense scrutiny. But if the company turns some of these corporate governance aspirations into reality, then it could emerge looking pretty good compared with many established travel industry companies offering just lip service.

6 Takeaways From Airbnb’s Manifesto on Stakeholder Capitalism Ahead of Davos

Airlines

Ryanair Board Faced With Expanded Threat of Investor Protest

Glass Lewis, an influential shareholder advisory company, has told shareholders of the budget airline to vote against several directors on its board because of concerns over proper governance. Its arguments are more persuasive than Ryanair has let on.

Ryanair Board Faced With Expanded Threat of Investor Protest

Hotels

Elaine Wynn Wants to Replace Wynn Resorts Board Members After Harassment Scandal

Elaine Wynn is ready to clean house, and it's probably a good idea considering the stained reputation her ex-husband has left on the casino resort company that bears his name.

Elaine Wynn Wants to Replace Wynn Resorts Board Members After Harassment Scandal