Articles tagged “stocks”

Hotels

Selina’s Big Stock Swing

Today's edition of Skift's daily podcast looks closer at Selina’s stock drop, American Air’s pilot deal, and Omni Hotels’ ambitions.

Selina’s Big Stock Swing

Hotels

Hotel Brand Selina’s Wild Ride as a Penny Stock: Here’s What We Know

Selina's stock price stabilized on Monday after a sharp drop to an all-time low on Friday. The chain of premium hostels and coworking spots is taking steps to escape penny-stock status.

Hotel Brand Selina’s Wild Ride as a Penny Stock: Here’s What We Know

News Blog

IHG Doesn’t Rule Out Public Listing Move From London to New York

InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG Hotels & Resorts) CEO Keith Barr told the Financial Times this week that "several shareholders" had asked his team at an investor roadshow last month if it would consider a switch away from listing on the London stock market to New York's exchanges. Barr told FT reporter Oliver Barnes: "There’s no…

Hotels

Hotel Groups Deploy Swelling Cash Piles With Varied Playbooks

The big hotel groups sit on a $7 billion cash pile. How they use it, whether it's to acquire properties, improve their offerings, or buy back stocks, will shape their futures.

Hotel Groups Deploy Swelling Cash Piles With Varied Playbooks

News Blog

Charts: Big 3 Online Travel Companies Finish the First Half at 52-Week Stock Price Lows

Stubborn inflation and fears of recession pushed Airbnb, Booking Holdings, and Expedia Group toward marking 52-week stock price lows on Thursday, the last day of the second quarter, as seen in three charts below. An Airbnb in Milan, Italy. Airbnb Yahoo Finance Yahoo Finance Yahoo Finance Airbnb, Expedia and Booking Holdings weren't alone in their…

Short-Term Rentals

Why Sonder Faces a Long Road Back — And Vacasa May Be Next

The short-term rental manager says the changes will let it turn cash flow positive next year, but it may face a cash squeeze before it gets there. Watch out for the very similar Vacasa, too.

Why Sonder Faces a Long Road Back — And Vacasa May Be Next

Coronavirus

Why 2021 Is the Year of the Travel IPO

So far this year, a dozen travel companies went public or made plans to do so. A couple of them may shine. But the odds are stacked against this year's IPOs, on average, over the long term. Find out why.

Why 2021 Is the Year of the Travel IPO

Tourism

Skift Call Jan. 16: Why Travel Needs to Shake Off the Gloom in 2019

You're hearing a lot of doomsday forecasts for 2019. Global recession. Stock market rout. Runaway inflation. We're here to give you the flip side for how travel this year could be just fine. Listen to our experts on Wednesday, January 16 at 1 p.m. EST on a Skift Call. Please join us for this all-important discussion.

Skift Call Jan. 16: Why Travel Needs to Shake Off the Gloom in 2019

Online Travel

TripAdvisor Joins 5 Other Travel Companies on Nasdaq-100 Index

Getting added to the Nasdaq-100 Index is an accomplishment. Staying on it is another challenge.

Online Travel

Why Wall Street Heaps Love on Priceline and Disses Expedia

You have to wonder whether Priceline relished breaking the $1,000 per share barrier or eclipsed the mark fearfully. With such records come very great expectations.

Why Wall Street Heaps Love on Priceline and Disses Expedia