Report after report shows a struggling company that just doesn’t know what to do next.
With so many opportunities to allocate budget across your business, how can hoteliers prioritize their spend and then prove the results of their investment?
What used to be a clear cut that corporates went to the GDS and consumers went another way, now it’s becoming much more ambiguous.
Online travel agents, one of Google’s best clients, must now pay billions of dollars a year to ensure they show up high in search results.
TripAdvisor CEO Steve Kaufer told analysts that a new partnership with Trip.com, the largest OTA in China, was a "much more exciting opportunity" for TripAdvisor than continuing to operate in China on its own.
In addition to Booking.com and Expedia, wholesalers have already started to infiltrate the corporate booking tools used by major traditional corporate travel agencies.
Are online travel agencies’ glory days, when revenue was growing 25 or 30 percent and room nights booked were jumping at similar clips, long-gone history?
Accor and Alibaba Group have announced a strategic collaboration to develop a series of digital applications and loyalty programs to improve the consumer and traveler experience over the next five years.
Google’s moves to cram the top of its search results with more and more advertising is hammering the online travel industry, one of the company’s biggest customers.
Miami Beach crams in more of the short-term rental company’s properties per capita than anywhere else in the U.S., with roughly one Airbnb for every 15 of its 92,000 residents.