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Low-Cost Airlines Make Big Bets on Data and Personalization

Some people believe that low cost carriers will eventually put legacy airlines to shame when it comes to leveraging all of that data they have access to. Ryanair has hired 150 IT specialists in the last 2.5 years. That's definitely a statement.

Foot Traffic at U.S. Trump-Branded Properties Drops Dramatically Says Foursquare

Mixing politics and business is rarely a great idea and it is becoming clear that the Trump brand is taking a hit across the U.S., in both Democrat and Republican-leaning areas, from Donald Trump's presidential campaign.

Data and Analytics are Defining the Future of Hotel Employee-Guest Relations

Explore with us where the travel industry is headed, technologically. The time has come to look at what the future holds for hospitality, and every travel vertical, as an industry that uses digital tools to better reach customers — and re-envisions itself along the way.

Connected Hospitality: Data Drives Actionable Moments for Travel Ops and Marketing

Explore with us where the travel industry is headed, technologically. The time has come to look at what the future holds for hospitality, and every travel vertical, as an industry that uses digital tools to better reach customers — and re-envisions itself along the way.

Redefining Hospitality With Digital Tools for the Travel Industry

Explore with us where the travel industry is headed, technologically. The time has come to look at what the future holds for hospitality, and every travel vertical, as an industry that uses digital tools to better reach customers — and re-envisions itself along the way.

What 110 European Travel Execs Think About Today’s Digital Landscape

Digital has fundamentally changed the way we do business – and the travel industry is on a digital journey all of its own.

Five Hotel Cyber Security Breaches in 2015

With their customer base of affluent, on-the-go guests hotels are the perfect target for hackers.

Starwood Warns Hackers Accessed Credit Card Information at 54 Hotels

Starwood guests' and restaurant patrons' credit card numbers may have been exposed going back as long as a year. Unfortunately, this has happened at other hotels, too, but executives from acquirer Marriott likely are pulling their hair out at this moment.

Travel and Data: Platforms, Databases, and Journeys

Big data is driving opportunities to create loyalty and conversions for the hospitality industry, but it’s also posing challenges. The key to leveraging the power of customer information is to bring these datasets together.

China-Backed Hackers Breached United Airlines Passenger Data

Considering the breadth of this attack, it's unlikely passengers will fault United for the loss of privacy.