Not typically regarded as a high-end ski destination, the state is attracting a wave of home buyers who want smaller resorts, shorter lift lines and a more low-key, laid-back vibe.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have landed lucrative entertainment deals since leaving England, often drawing on content from their personal lives. The big unknown: whether audiences will pay attention when they aren’t spilling the tea on the royal family.
The cash-and-stock offer, valued at almost $22.4 billion, comes after the British gambling company rebuffed a takeover proposal from MGM Resorts International earlier this year.
A new hotel overlooking the famed Italian coastline updates a midcentury structure with a Gio Ponti–inspired design.
Here are seven major companies whose stocks moved on the week’s news.
Alberto Vilar, who has died at age 80, made huge pledges to support opera houses but then was accused of misusing clients’ funds.
It’s been a 20-year roller-coaster ride for Universal Studios Beijing. Now, with attractions based on Harry Potter, Minions and Transformers, it’s ready to open—just as U.S.-China relations are at a low point.
The Macau government has launched a process for new gambling licenses.
As the Covid-19 pandemic reduces property values, the bond investor pursues higher yields by acquiring hotels and office buildings.
The only daughter of Walmart founder Sam Walton brought priceless artworks to Bentonville. Now, a decade on, she’s taking on the establishment with ambitious expansion plans to make the museum—and the town—a world-class destination.
Airlines and hotels had hoped that business travel would start to bounce back, but those hopes are fading as the spread of the Delta variant forces some companies to postpone their plans to return to offices and resume in-person meetings and events.
The long-awaited Cheval Blanc outpost offers handcrafted interiors and scenic views of the Seine
Online gambling has grown in popularity during the pandemic. But from a crowded field of competitors, only a handful will likely survive long term.
The pandemic kicked off an unprecedented buying spree on the barrier island off Florida’s coast. A look at the deals, the players and where the market might be headed next.
This summer, hotelier Paddy McKillen opens the Maybourne Riviera, which is carved into the rock face of the Côte d’Azur and designed to maximize its panoramic views of the Mediterranean.
Investors are pumping money into companies that are pioneering flexible ways to rent apartments on the belief that remote working trends and new forms of housing demand will remain long after the pandemic is over.
U.S. businesses see automation and other labor-saving changes as a way to emerge from the health crisis with a permanently smaller workforce.
With travel opening up to the European Union, second-home markets in countries like Italy, Portugal and Greece have seen an uptick in interest from Americans.
Many hospitality workers found jobs in new industries after Covid-19 forced restaurants, hotels and bars to close
Pandemic layoffs pushed many employees in hospitality to find jobs in new growth areas. Better pay, perks and career prospects are keeping many of them from going back.