Much of the travel industry remains in denial about the risks of Brexit. As the countdown starts to the UK's divorce from the EU in April 2019, here's a recap…

Much of the travel industry remains in denial about the risks of Brexit. As the countdown starts to the UK’s divorce from the EU in April 2019, here’s a recap of the best coverage on Skift.
-Sean O’Neill

How Is the Price of Owning vs. Renting Affecting the Multifamily Market?

The ratio of home prices to rents has stayed flat for the fourth year in a row in most of the major U.S. cities. read more

The ratio of home prices to rents has stayed flat for the fourth year in a row in most of the major U.S. cities.

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CMBS Delinquencies Climb Higher

Most of the stable legacy loans securitized circa 2007 have already been refinanced or defeased early, whereas much of what is left are the “dregs,” or loans that have very…
Most of the stable legacy loans securitized circa 2007 have already been refinanced or defeased early, whereas much of what is left are the “dregs,” or loans that have very high leverage or vacancy and values.

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The growing role of mobile in food and beverage

Mobile technology has been upending businesses and industries around the world for years. The launch of Apple’s iPhone precipitated the now ubiquitous ‘App’, leading to changes in the way we…

Mobile technology has been upending businesses and industries around the world for years. The launch of Apple’s iPhone precipitated the now ubiquitous ‘App’, leading to changes in the way we book taxis (Uber), date (Tinder), work out (Guava Pass) and more. The F&B scene is no different, and in 2017 restaurant managers will need to adapt to survive.

No surprise here. Frontier's IPO has been long expected — the investors want their payday — and the only question has been when it might happen. It sounds like it could…

No surprise here. Frontier’s IPO has been long expected — the investors want their payday — and the only question has been when it might happen. It sounds like it could be soon.
-Brian Sumers

Norwegian Air has a large and seemingly loyal customer base. But it has been growing quickly, and its new Boeing planes are expensive to buy and operate. Plus, legacy carriers…

Norwegian Air has a large and seemingly loyal customer base. But it has been growing quickly, and its new Boeing planes are expensive to buy and operate. Plus, legacy carriers could be prove tough competitors. Investors have reasons to be wary.
-Brian Sumers

Given the current geopolitical climate, we wonder how in demand this route will be. -Deanna Ting

Given the current geopolitical climate, we wonder how in demand this route will be.
-Deanna Ting

Most airline CEOs have avoided harshly criticizing the U.S. and UK electronics ban. That makes sense, because airlines do not want to anger their security regulators. But IATA's CEO has…

Most airline CEOs have avoided harshly criticizing the U.S. and UK electronics ban. That makes sense, because airlines do not want to anger their security regulators. But IATA’s CEO has no such concerns, so he can speak more honestly.
-Brian Sumers

Fannie-Freddie Fix Is the Focus of Senators’ Bipartisan Push

A Fannie-Freddie fix, promised since they were seized by regulators in 2008 and sustained with $187.5 billion in Treasury funds, has taken on increased urgency as the companies face the…

A Fannie-Freddie fix, promised since they were seized by regulators in 2008 and sustained with $187.5 billion in Treasury funds, has taken on increased urgency as the companies face the threat of needing more aid.

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Carnival Corp. is seeing strong demand and a willingness to pay more in its key markets. That's good news for the company and the industry in general, but China will…

Carnival Corp. is seeing strong demand and a willingness to pay more in its key markets. That’s good news for the company and the industry in general, but China will warrant close attention if the dispute with Korea is not resolved quickly.
-Hannah Sampson