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What the Numbers Say About the World Hotel Industry’s Ongoing Recovery

Despite financial concerns, the global hotel industry continues to thrive. Prices and occupancy have risen worldwide even as consumer costs continue to increase. The latest HotStats research found that the industry was producing solid numbers. Occupancy rates were up in Europe; the US is approaching pre-pandemic levels, and China is showing signs of life. ADVERTISING …

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Community-Oriented Caribbean Hotels Offer Luxe Stays With Enriching Experiences

Where St. Lucia, Jade Mountain features lavish open-air suites boasting private pools. But it’s not all about the luxury life; the resort is deeply involved in their community. Jade Mountain Text size There’s a certain creature comfort to picking any beautiful, sunny island and simply looking up a go-to big name, big chain hotel, and …

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Ethan Coen’s road comedy picks up Margret Qualley

Tricia Cooke and Ethan CoenPhoto: Ernesto S. Ruscio (Getty Images for RFF) Last winter, an up-and-coming filmmaker scored big with an Oscar-nominated adaptation of one of Shakespeare’s great works: The Tragedy Of Macbeth. The filmmaker was Joel Coen, and per Deadlinehe’s got a younger brother who will also be making his first solo foray into …

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IRobot, DraftKings, Zillow, Lyft, AMC, and Other Stock Market Movers

Text size Corporate earnings were the main factor driving moves in individual stocks early on Friday. The (Photo by Spencer Platt / Getty Images) Stock futures were lower Friday as investors responded to news that hiring in July was far stronger than expected. Dow Jones Industrial Average futures were down 0.4%, S&P 500 futures were …

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Booking Beats Earnings Estimates but Stock Falls on Softer Outlook

Text size Kayak is a subsidiary of Booking Holdings. Tiffany Hagler-Geard / Bloomberg Booking Holdings posted better-than-expected financial results, but the online travel agency’s shares fell after the company provided a cautious outlook for the September quarter. The second-quarter results provided vivid illustration of the sharp recovery in the travel industry from the deep declines …

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