Investors interested in new tax benefits from qualified opportunity zones should take note of the latest guidance.
Following a class-action lawsuit, Motel 6 has agreed to pay Latino guests who say employees shared their private information with immigration agents in 2017.
While two hotels reached agreements with striking workers, demonstrations are ongoing at 21 other Marriott hotels.
The $480 million deal, which is expected to close by year's end, positions Hyatt for both revenue and rooms growth in 2019.
In the two following cases, lawsuits could have been avoided if the hotel operators in question knew and understood the law.
Miyasato comes to Outrigger from Hawaiian Airlines, where he served as its associate general counsel with a focus on commercial transactions.
Amid ongoing strikes in Boston and California, Hawaii hotel employees have vacated their posts as talks for improved wages, benefits and job security stall.
Roughly 4,000 hotel workers in San Francisco, San Jose and Boston walked away from their posts in a bid for more wages and better benefits.
Following its third interest-rate hike last week, the Fed is unlikely to slow down gains. What does that mean for commercial real estate?
Investors remain interested in the U.S. hotel sector. Here are five things to keep top of mind.