Between San Francisco and New York's actions, we're going to end up with some real rules. We hope.
What's happening in Turkey is a shame for so many reasons, not lease of which are the creativity of the country's tourism leaders as well as Turkey's incredible resources.
Airbnb is hiring city mayors around the world to help the company better understand how to work with municipal governments.
Destination Cleveland raised the bar on integrated web and social media content to promote the city to visiting delegates and convention planners around the globe.
Does this tax-collection agreement mean Airbnb is completely legal in Los Angeles? Not really. But if you're renting out your home as a short-term rental, the city wants to make sure it gets its cut of the business, even as it's revising its short-term rental laws.
It's interesting to see Sen. Warren casting doubt on a company valued at $30 billion that claims it helps its hosts address economic inequality. Transparency about the data would help answer so many of these question.
Events and conferences have proven to be a great fit for virtual reality and the upcoming Republican National Convention will likely be no exception.
Whether or not you agree that this is complete nonsense, there's enough history to understand that big projects like this rarely deliver on promises for tourism. Related: If you want to find us, we'll be on the state's bourbon trail.
Boeing has factories spread across the U.S. in a manner that transcends party politics. This deal will go through.
We've yet to meet a third-generation Cuban-American who isn't fascinated by the idea of going to Cuba.