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Rogue Third-Party Booking Sites Cause Challenges

Rogue Third-Party Booking Sites Cause Challenges

After spending hours searching for the perfect accommodation package, a soon-to-be traveler finally settles on a suite with an ocean view. Anxious to nail down her trip details, she hastily clicks “Pay Now.” But when she arrives at the hotel, ...

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AH&LA Squares Off Against Airbnb During FTC Workshop

AH&LA Squares Off Against Airbnb During FTC Workshop

On Tuesday, AH&LA squared off against Airbnb as part of a daylong workshop held by the Federal Trade Commission on the sharing economy. Along with Vanessa Sinders, AH&LA’s department head of government affairs and David Hantman, Airbnb’s head of global ...

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L.A. City Council Approves $15 Minimum Wage

L.A. City Council Approves $15 Minimum Wage

The Los Angeles City Council gave preliminary approval this week to a proposal that would increase wages for all workers citywide to $15 per hour by 2020, with offsets for small businesses and non-profits. As the process moves forward over ...

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AH&LA Educates Consumers on Rogue Online Vendors

AH&LA Educates Consumers on Rogue Online Vendors

Over the past few years, the rise of online booking has become an integral part of trip-planning, making booking a hotel a fast, easy, and convenient part of planning a summer vacation. These online travel bookings are big business: There ...

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