Vornado's Roth Is Said to Have Undergone Heart Surgery in August

Roth, Vornado’s 75-year-old chairman and chief executive officer, was stricken while golfing in the Hamptons, according to two people familiar with the events.

Roth, Vornado’s 75-year-old chairman and chief executive officer, was stricken while golfing in the Hamptons, according to two people familiar with the events.

Forest City Would Attract Plenty of Bidders in a Potential Sale

Should Forest City choose to sell or merge its company, there is “no question” there would be interested parties, potentially including Blackstone, industry observers say.

Should Forest City choose to sell or merge its company, there is “no question” there would be interested parties, potentially including Blackstone, industry observers say.

Cohen's Point72 Unit Backs Real Estate Investing Firm AlphaFlow

Cohen’s unit is leading the round alongside Resolute Ventures, a VC firm that specializes in early-stage investments, according to a statement Wednesday.

Cohen’s unit is leading the round alongside Resolute Ventures, a VC firm that specializes in early-stage investments, according to a statement Wednesday.

Spotlight on hotel design and architecture trends

With the ever-increasing popularity of boutique hotels and expanding luxury chains, competition in the hotel industry is rife.

With the ever-increasing popularity of boutique hotels and expanding luxury chains, competition in the hotel industry is rife.

Several major airline CEOs, including American's Doug Parker and JetBlue's Robin Hayes, have been in D.C. this month to offer support for air traffic control reform. And someday, it might…

Several major airline CEOs, including American’s Doug Parker and JetBlue’s Robin Hayes, have been in D.C. this month to offer support for air traffic control reform. And someday, it might even happen. But it does not appear imminent.
-Brian Sumers

We don't begrudge airlines for bag fees. They're not a public utility. They have shareholders, and their mission is to make profits. Bag fees help them do that. -Brian Sumers

We don’t begrudge airlines for bag fees. They’re not a public utility. They have shareholders, and their mission is to make profits. Bag fees help them do that.
-Brian Sumers

ILG Recognized as One of Fortune’s “100 Fastest-Growing Companies”

MIAMI--(BUSINESS WIRE)--ILG, Inc. (Nasdaq: ILG), a leading provider of professionally delivered vacation experiences and the exclusive global licensee for the Hyatt®, Sheraton®, and Westin® brands in vacation ownership, announced it has been…

MIAMI–(BUSINESS WIRE)–ILG, Inc. (Nasdaq: ILG), a leading provider of professionally delivered vacation experiences and the exclusive global licensee for the Hyatt®, Sheraton®, and Westin® brands in vacation ownership, announced it has been named to the 2017 Fortune magazine list of the 100 Fastest-Growing Public Companies, ranking 87th overall. This is the company’s first year on the prestigious list, which recognizes the best three-year performers in terms of revenues, profits, and stock ret

Shruti Gandhi Buckley Named Global Brand Head for Hampton by Hilton

In this role she will be responsible for the overall performance of the brand, including determining brand strategy, driving innovation and revenue, increasing market share, enhancing and evolving the guest…

In this role she will be responsible for the overall performance of the brand, including determining brand strategy, driving innovation and revenue, increasing market share, enhancing and evolving the guest experience and serving as a brand liaison …