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Fourth of July by the Numbers

This Fourth of July weekend, Americans will travel more than 50 miles from home—the furthest distance since 2007. According to WalletHub, 85 percent of travelers will drive to their destination, while 3.21 million will travel by plane. To read more ...

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Choice Hotels Reveals Summer Travel Trends

Choice Hotels Reveals Summer Travel Trends

ROCKVILLE, Md.—With gas prices down and more money in the pockets of Americans, Choice Hotels International reveals the findings from its annual summer travel survey, which tracks the travel habits of American leisure and business travelers. Here’s what Americans are ...

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Americans Spending More on Summer Travel

Americans Spending More on Summer Travel

RICHMOND, Va.—Fewer Americans will travel, but spend more, on summer vacations, according to the eighth annual Allianz Travel Insurance Vacation Confidence Index released by Allianz Global Assistance. The amount of money Americans will spend on their vacation, on average, has ...

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Residence Inn Opens in Cedar Rapids

Residence Inn Opens in Cedar Rapids

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa—Hawkeye Hotels announces the opening of a newly constructed Residence Inn by Marriott in the hotel district on the south side of Cedar Rapids. This hotel opening will be the seventh property in the Creative Corridor for the ...

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Turkish Tourism Takes a Hit Following Airport Attack

The Istanbul Ataturk Airport reopened one day after the June 28 terrorist attack that killed 42 people and injured at least 200 others. Data already shows that the attack has damaged an already slow summer season for Turkey—tourist arrivals fell ...

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Airbnb Plans Dual Stock Sales

Investors have been eagerly awaiting an Airbnb IPO, but now the home-sharing company is reportedly planning a new funding round and an employee stock sale to push off the need to go public. The dual stock sales are expected to ...

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