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TheStreet's Jim Cramer is keeping an eye on Vail Resorts (MTN) Monday when the company reports its fiscal fourth quarter earnings.
Hotel stocks are in the doldrums. What does that say about the travel industry and the current state of the economy?
Low gas prices and a growing economy are filling hotel rooms at record rates, said Justin Knight, CEO of Apple Hospitality REIT.
Choice Hotels International Inc. (CHH) is fresh off a quarter where more of its rooms were occupied and room rates were higher than a year ago.
Recent acquisitions must deliver if the travel company's shares aren't to go on vacation.
Home rental company Airbnb is reportedly near clinching $1.5 billion in fundraising that would value the company at $24 billion.
U.S. stocks opened higher Thursday despite time running out for Athens to reach a debt deal with its international creditors.
Home rental Web site Airbnb is reportedly near closing an almost $1 billion funding round at a $24 billion valuation.
Shares of TripAdvisor (TRIP) wrapped up Wednesday's trading day to upside by over 14 percent. The stock is TheStreet's Move of the Day.
After-hours movers led by Oracle, Jabil and BioMarin.
Intel (INTC) was one of the best performers on the Dow after snapping up fitness smart-glass developer Recon Instruments.
GE is putting sensors and technology into its machines to maximize its place in the internet of things, said Ray Wang, author of 'Disrupting Digital Business.'
Choice Hotels International, operator of brands like Comfort Inn and Econo Lodge, is coming off a solid first quarter.
Starwood Hotels' (HOT) announcement that it's considering strategic and financial alternatives is a wise move, according to FBR Capital Markets analyst Nikhil Bhalla.
On Wednesday, April 29th the FOMC meeting wraps us with an announcement. We also get quarterly results from MasterCard (MA), Time Warner Inc (TWX), and Mondelez International (MDLZ) and more.
Futures point slightly higher as the juggernaut report draws near.
Detached from overseas negatives, the market reacts rationally.
Should we buy a stock executives and directors are busy selling?