Just when it seemed like the ripple of planner commission cuts—10 to 7 percent—throughout the industry was fading, another major hotel company follows suit.
A total of 44 people have died, 90,000 acres have burned and more than 6,700 structures have been destroyed. Here's how to help the California fire victims.
A recent report has the meetings industry abuzz: Will MGM and Caesars Entertainment merge?
At FICP's Annual Conference, three industry veterans—Prudential's Debbie Moran, Bank of America's Sara Parker and FM Global's Wayne Robinson—shared meeting planning advice on everything from work-life balance to site inspections.
Employee contract settlements are finally being made — while several others still need to be negotiated at Marriott properties that are still on strike.
From education to CSR to a fun-filled private evening at Universal, this week's FICP Annual Conference was a huge success.
New research by Prevue Meetings & Incentives and the Society for Incentive Travel Excellence (SITE) found that working mothers in the meetings industry are finding a fairly supportive environment.
Meeting planners may need to factor tourist taxes into their event travel budget if meeting in any of these five destinations in the coming years.
This month's Planner of the Month, Ira Ozer, is at the forefront of a new category of meetings and recognition travel events known as "Innovation Meetings."
A new law aims to protect airline passengers from cramped seats and getting bumped from flights, but won’t eliminate airline fees.
Meetings Professional International recently launched MPICares, a reporting tool for confidential harassment complaints and concerns.
About half of respondents to the soon-to-be-released joint survey of 708 women by Prevue Meetings & Incentives and the Society for Incentive Travel Excellence (SITE) reported a glass ceiling—being in jobs where they believed that being a woman had prohibited them from advancing any further.
Under the terms of the $480 million sale, all of the Two Roads brands will join Hyatt’s global portfolio.
For this to happen, the rules must change to allow Airbnb to issue equity to hosts while still functioning as a private company.
The future is inherently now as companies vie to become the first to make self-driving cars mainstream.
Virgin Atlantic completed the first commercial flight using recycled waste gas.
Groups visiting Florida, Mexico and the Caribbean this fall may be in for a new kind of natural disaster: Sargassum seaweed.
The Boston hotel strike affects several Marriott properties surrounding the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center (BCEC) and the Hynes Convention Center.
Higher pay, better working conditions and union rights are the focus of the organized protest, which began this past Tuesday.
A line has been drawn, sending a clear message of acceptance at a time of unprecedented—in-your-face—intolerance.