The airlines passengers hate are the ones investors love -- and vice versa. Turns out that good customer service doesn't translate to profits in the air.
Debate is raging over a plan to create a gondola tramway into the Grand Canyon, plus other development on Navajo land.
Do you leave a tip in your hotel room for the maid? Marriott is launching a program with Maria Shriver to put envelopes in hotel rooms to encourage tipping.
At the height of this summer's travel season, airline flights were more likely to arrive on time and less likely to be canceled than they were last year.
Norwegian Cruise Line is sailing into the luxury sector by buying the high-end Prestige Cruises International, adding eight ships to its fleet of 13.
Revel Casino Hotel opened with a bang a little more than two years ago amid high hopes of turning around Atlantic City's struggling casino market.
Malaysia Airlines will cut 6,000 workers as part of a $1.9 billion overhaul to revive its damaged brand after being hit by double passenger jet disasters.
Families of passengers who were on the Malaysia Airlines plane shot down over Ukraine are starting the process of gaining compensation for their loss.
Boeing and Airbus are being asked by airlines to cram in more seats in their regional jets. The seats are just 17 inches wide.
SeaWorld slumps in its latest quarter, and a turnaround isn't anywhere in sight for the operator of maritime theme parks.
Universal Orlando said a million patrons have taken the new Harry Potter-themed train ride this summer, but the attraction is bigger than that.
Starwood Hotels is testing a robot butler called ALO that can navigate hallways and elevators all on its own to deliver items that guests want.
Caesars Entertainment and Westgate Resorts are each betting $250 million to refurbish large gambling/dining/shopping/sleeping complexes in Las Vegas.
Disney's "Frozen" has sold nearly $1.3 billion in tickets to become the fifth-highest grossing movie ever. But plenty of cold cash is flowing elsewhere.
Farm enterprises geared to visitors include farm stands, pumpkin patches, barn dances, zip-line rides, pick-your-own produce, corn mazes and weddings.
With lower fuel prices helping to improve margins, air carriers have been big winners in 2014. But you may want to pay heed to the fasten seat belts sign.
The government is proposing a $12 million fine against Southwest for failing to comply with safety regulations related to repairs on Boeing jetliners.
For the first time, Southwest is flying outside the U.S., and its new routes to the Bahamas, Aruba and Jamaica are likely just the first expansion of many.
As sightings of great white sharks off Cape Cod mount, businesses in the Massachusetts town of Chatham are embracing the frenzy.
In the wake of the shooting down of one of its passenger jets over Ukraine, Malaysia Airlines says it has changed the route planes take on European flights.
The party may soon be over for companies trying to dodge U.S. taxes through so-called inversions, a move that has become popular lately among drug firms.
Airline passengers these days seemingly are paying more for less. But Alaska Airlines is about to give travelers a lot more space for their onboard bags.