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AH&LA Expresses NLRB Decision Concerns

The American Hotel & Lodging Association (AH&LA), the sole national association representing all segments of the nearly 2 million-employee lodging industry, today submitted a statement for the record to the U.S. House Small Business Subcommittee on Investigations, Oversight and Regulations ...

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Report: U.S. Job Market Tightening

According to talent acquisitions solutions provider iCIMS’s just-released quarterly report—U.S. Hiring Trends—the job market in the United States is becoming tighter, with more employers competing for a smaller pool of applicants. The report also showed that the leisure and hospitality ...

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Biggest Hotel Brands for TV Advertising in 2015

When it comes to U.S. television advertisment spending, Marriott International outdid all other hotel chains in 2015, according to iSpot.tv advertising metrics. The company spent roughly $47.2 million, while runner-up Choice Hotels spent $29.9 million. and Wyndham Worldwide rounded out the ...

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Marriott/Starwood Merger’s Potential Roadblock

When it was first announced back in November, the Marriott/Starwood merger seemed like a foregone conclusion. However, a surprise bid from Chinese insurer Anbang may make the merger a little messier, especially coming up on the March 17 expiration of a ...

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Group Doubles Spending on Anti-Airbnb Campaign

Share Better, a hotel industry-supported group, has doubled what it will spend to target Airbnb this year. The group plans to spend roughly $1 million over the next six months, beginning with its first national campaign to air on television today. ...

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White House Continues to Ease Cuba Travel Restrictions

The Obama administration today announced it will allow travel to Cuba for “people to people” educational trips and lift limits on the use of U.S. dollars in transactions with Cuba. This news comes just one week before President Obama’s historic ...

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