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Meet the Hospitality CEO Who Embraces Airbnb - skift.com

Even as more hotel companies like Marriott, Hyatt, and AccorHotels are entering the homesharing space, the traditional hotel industry has generally been at odds with the homesharing giant Airbnb.But for one hospitality CEO, Airbnb isn't a foe -- it's a partner, and a crucial key player that can help him and his industry -- the serviced apartment sector -- continue to grow.

Trump effect: Flight searches down from China and Canada, up from Russia

Recent foreign policy events involving President Donald Trump have consistently impacted travel searches to the U.S., according to an analysis by the flight-search app Hopper.While most those events have weakened search demand from the countries directly impacted by or involved in the event, Trump's summit with Russian president Vladimir Putin on Monday had the opposite effect.

What people in hospitality really mean when they're serving you - fashionjournal.com.au

After a long 14 years in retail and an aversion to full-time work in a new city, I decided I would give hospitality another go.Hospitality has always been something I happen to fall back on. One of my first jobs was at the ripe age of 14 (probably illegal) - setting tables and folding napkins into crowns at the local Chinese restaurant my mother sometimes worked in.

Do we really buy those 'Top-Rated' deals when we shop online? New study says rankings matter but how so may surprise you - phys.org

According to a new study, the answer is, "yes" and "no."Raluca M. Ursu, of the Stern School of Business at New York University, conducted the research for the study, "The Power of Rankings: Quantifying the Effect of Rankings on Online Consumer Search and Purchase Decisions," which is published in the July edition of INFORMS journal Marketing Science.