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A collection of travel-related stocks will likely be key beneficiaries as warm summer months arrive and as consumers start to go off on beach and mountain vacations. Shares of casino operator Las Vegas Sands have fallen 8.5% so far in 2024. LVS YTD mountain Las Vegas Sands stock. Umansky also lauded Las Vegas Sands' generation of free cash flow that can be used to buy back stock. VAC YTD mountain Marriott stock.
Persons: Vitaly Umansky, Umansky, Wall, FactSet, Aaron Hecht, Ryan Lambert Organizations: Entertainment, Vegas Sands, CNBC, FactSet, Seaport Securities, Sands, Marriott, JMP Securities, Hilton, JPMorgan, Madison Square Garden Sports Locations: Macao, Singapore, Vegas, Madison
And this Memorial Day weekend could be a case in point: Travelers are expected to come out in record-setting droves. Three-plus years of high inflation have taken their toll on Americans’ budgets and, especially, their mindsets. Inflation has slowed during the past couple of years, pulling back significantly from its peak of 9.1% in June 2022. Americans, especially lower-income consumers, have pulled back spending at retailers as goods inflation outpaces wage growth. Pandemic-era savings have been spent while sticky inflation and high inflation rates eat into household budgets.
Persons: ” Gus Faucher, Price, ” Faucher, Taylor, it’s, , Ed Bastian, Swift, Delta, Taylor Swift’s, That’s, Kathleen Oberg, , Peter Kern Organizations: New, New York CNN, Transportation Security, TSA, PNC Financial Services, CNN, Consumer, Mickey Consumer, Commerce Department, Disney, Delta Air, ” United Airlines, Mastercard, Institute, Marriott International, Marriott, Expedia Group Locations: New York, United States, Hong Kong, Europe
Many resorts move their clocks at least one hour ahead of the country’s official time zone – which is five hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT+5). The JW Marriott is one of four Maldives properties under the Marriott Group umbrella, alongside St. Regis Maldives Vommuli Resort, the Westin Maldives Miriandhoo Resort and the Ritz-Carlton Maldives, Fari Islands. Video Ad Feedback Inside one of the Maldives' most luxurious resorts 02:30 - Source: CNNSoneva, another luxury resort group with multiple properties around the Maldives, also sets the clocks at its resorts an hour ahead of Male Time. Not every island resort follows island timeVideo Ad Feedback Flying with the barefoot pilots of the Maldives 02:31 - Source: CNNNot every resort in the Maldives follows island time. “Here at Kurumba Maldives we don’t use island time and never have, simply because as the first resort in the Maldives the concept of island time didn’t exist,” says Ali Farooq, resort manager at Kurumba, which opened in 1972.
Persons: Mohit Dembla, Matteo Colombo, , Zhilah Vego, CNN Soneva, Soneva Jani, Jani Time, Charles Morris, , , Regis, Ali Farooq, Marriott’s Organizations: CNN, JW, Spa, CNN Travel, Marriott, Marriott Group, St, Regis, Westin, Ritz, Carlton Maldives, GM, ” Staff, Maldives ’, butlers, Kurumba, Velana International Locations: Maldives, Greenwich, Regis Maldives, Westin Maldives, Fari Islands, Beach, Maldivian, St, Kurumba Maldives, Kurumba, Malé
Under Armour announced a broad restructuring plan on Thursday as it said sales in its largest market, North America, plunged 10% and predicted the trend will get worse throughout its current fiscal year. The athletic apparel retailer also saw profits plunge by more than 96% during its fourth fiscal quarter, compared with the year ago period. During the quarter, sales in North America dropped 10% to $772 million, worse than the $780 million that analysts had expected, according to StreetAccount. The company said it expects sales to continue to worsen in North America. Analysts had expected earnings per share of 52 cents, according to LSEG.
Persons: Armour, Kevin Plank, Stephanie Linnartz, Plank, Linnartz Organizations: CNBC, LSEG, Analysts, Marriott, Armour Locations: Manhattan , New York City, North America
First off, driving instead of flying saved us a lot of moneyMy family added a road-trip component to our trip. Daryl AustinWe saved money by driving to Disney instead of flying. AdvertisementLastly, we saved money by cutting back on character-dining experiences and sharing most of our mealsOur family split meals at Disneyland when we could. In hindsight, this means we could've saved some serious money on tickets and food costs by cutting out our last two days at Disney. Otherwise, my wife and I will be dreading the next Disney vacation nearly as much as our kids will be eagerly anticipating it.
Persons: , Daryl Austin, That's, we'd, we've, Dole, would've, could've, Daryl Austin Disney Organizations: Service, Universal Studios, Business, Marriott, Gas, Disney, we've, Disneyland, Minnie Locations: Utah, Southern California, California, Salt Lake City, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Marriott Anaheim, Disneyland
OMAHA, Neb. — A 24-inch tall, bronze bust sculpture of the late Charlie Munger became a conversation piece for guests who lodged at the Omaha Marriott last weekend for the Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting. "I got back to the lobby and the hotel staff was like 'Doerthe came down twice to look for you,'" Yu Shu, the 39-year-old artist behind the sculpture, told CNBC in an interview. "Then they called Doerthe and she came down. I gave her a hug, and I told her 'nice to see you again' and she's like 'we've never met before.'"
Persons: Charlie Munger, Warren Buffett, — Munger's, Wendy, Doerthe Obert, Yu Shu, we've Organizations: Omaha Marriott, Berkshire Hathaway, CNBC Locations: OMAHA, Neb, Omaha, Berkshire
All-inclusive hotels are making a big play for luxury travelers. In the wake of the pandemic, demand for all-inclusive resorts skyrocketed, according to a report by JLL Research Hotels & Hospitality. It was then that travelers discovered that the all-inclusive resorts of the past — known for bottom-shelf booze and quantity-over-quality dining — had changed. The numbers are even higher in Mexico, where upper upscale and luxury all-inclusive resorts accounted for more than half (55%) of its all-inclusive resorts in 2022. "In addition to elements that you receive by booking an all-inclusive resort, private and additional amenities help to elevate that experience."
Persons: Travelers —, Karina Arguello, Kelly Connor, they're, Saint Vincent, Cooper Organizations: JLL Research, Hospitality, Travelers, Marriott, Hilton, Westin, Casino, Med, AAA Club Alliance, Royal Locations: Dominican Republic, Mexico, JLL, DoubleTree, Maldives, Mauritius, Italy, France, Tignes, Caribbean, New Jersey, Grenadines, Royal Curacao, They're
New York CNN —Consumers may be fed up with high prices at the store, but they’re still willing to splurge on travel. Other key players in the travel industry have reported a similar trend this earnings season. Americans, especially lower-income consumers, have pulled back spending at retailers as goods inflation outpaces wage growth. They’ve even become frugal with some experience-based spending like dining out, opting instead to eat at home. “We saw a healthy but more normalized market environment for travel globally,” CEO Peter Kern told analysts on May 2.
Persons: they’re, , Hugh Johnston, it’s, Ed Bastian, Kathleen Oberg, , Peter Kern, ” FTX, FTX, Sam Bankman, Fried, Olesya Dmitracova, Read, Tesla, Anna Cooban, André, Elon Musk’s Organizations: CNN Business, Bell, New York CNN, Delta Air, ” United Airlines, Marriott International, Marriott, Disney, Expedia Group, Alameda Research, CNN, RTL Locations: New York, Hong Kong, California, Florida, Alameda, Berlin, Germany, Europe
US President Joe Biden speaks about his Investing in America agenda at the Wilmington Convention Center in Wilmington, North Carolina, on May 2, 2024. President Joe Biden is set to meet Tuesday afternoon with a slate of executives from a variety of industries, some of which have been the targets of his regulatory agenda. The guest list includes United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby, Citi CEO Jane Fraser, Evercore founder and senior chairman Roger Altman, Marriott International CEO Anthony Capuano, Flex CEO Revathi Advaithi, Bechtel Group CEO Brendan Bechtel, former Xerox CEO Ursula Burns and Corning CEO Wendell Weeks, according to a White House official. Biden is planning to discuss his "strategy of investing in America and rebuilding international alliances," the official said in a statement. And as part of a broader siege against what Biden calls "junk fees," the White House has issued rules prohibiting certain fees from airlines and credit card companies.
Persons: Joe Biden, Scott Kirby, Jane Fraser, Roger Altman, Anthony Capuano, Revathi Advaithi, Brendan Bechtel, Ursula Burns, Corning, Wendell Weeks, Biden Organizations: Wilmington Convention, United Airlines, Citi, Marriott International, Flex, Bechtel, Xerox, White, Federal Trade Commission, Department Locations: Wilmington, Wilmington , North Carolina, America
Invigorating growth is critical: When the economy expands, it improves standards of living, promotes innovation and makes households wealthier. Economic growth in Spain and France was stronger than expected last year. But the US is outperforming mainly for one key reason: Robust productivity growth. Productivity growth came in well below expectations in the first three months of the year, according to Labor Department data released last week. A “course correction” isn’t an even stronger US economy: Economic policymakers around the world need to address a range of key issues.
Persons: ” Kristalina Georgieva, ” Georgieva, ” Stephen Gallagher, Gallagher, , , Hande Atay Alam, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Israel Katz, John Williams, Neel Kashkari, Lisa Cook, Krispy Kreme, John’s, Austan Goolsbee Organizations: Washington CNN, Monetary, IMF, European Central Bank, Labor Department, Societe Generale, CNN, Reuters, Palantir Technologies, Tyson Foods, Marriott Worldwide, New York Fed, Disney, UBS, Duke Energy, Suncor, Bros, Minneapolis, Toyota, Uber, Anheuser, Busch InBev, Airbnb, Fox Corporation, News Corporation, Duolingo, Icahn Enterprises, New York Times Company, AMC Entertainment, Honda, Warner Bros Discovery, Warner Music Group, Hyatt, Hilton, Bank of England, US Labor Department, United Kingdom’s, National Statistics, University of Michigan, . Chicago Fed, China’s National Bureau of Statistics Locations: Europe, China, United States, Spain, France, Russia, Ukraine, Turkey, Israel, Gaza, Olesya, “ Turkey, Lyft, TripAdvisor
The Fed and economic policy were top of mind this week given the central bank's Wednesday decision to yet again leave interest rates unchanged , as it has since last summer. This week included the conclusion of April's trading month, which marked the first down month of the year for all three major market averages. Indeed, some recent earnings reports have raised doubts about the economy, with brands from McDonald's and Starbucks evidencing signs of strain among consumers. While no new inflation numbers are scheduled for release next week, investors will see reports on March wholesale inventories, March consumer credit and May consumer sentiment from the University of Michigan. AI trade Though interest rates took center stage this week, investors also continued monitoring companies tied to the artificial intelligence boom amid the stocks' recent choppiness.
Persons: they're, Jerome Powell, Larry Tentarelli, David Donabedian, Sam Stovall, There's, Stovall, Tom Hainlin, Tentarelli, CFRA's Stovall, Lyft, Cabot, Aramark, Tempur Sealy, Nikola, Walt Disney, Sally Beauty, Warby Parker, Krispy Kreme, Papa John's Organizations: Federal Reserve, Treasury, Nasdaq, Dow Jones, CIBC Private Wealth, Dow, CFRA, Citigroup, Bank of America, U.S, Bank Wealth Management, University of Michigan, Nvidia, Disney, Spirit Airlines, Tyson Foods, Pharmaceuticals, Lucid, Palantir Technologies, Simon Property, Tech, Lab, Goodyear Tire, Noble Corp, Vornado Realty, Coty, BellRing, Consumer, UBS, BP, Nintendo, Bloomin, Duke Energy, Rockwell Automation, Ferrari, NRG Energy, Electronic Arts, Cirrus, Adaptive Biotech, Arista Networks, Dutch Bros, Holdings, Virgin Galactic, IAC, Rivian Automotive, Brighthouse, Occidental Petroleum, Assurant, Kinross Gold, Labs, Diamond, Reddit, Anheuser, Busch InBev, Embraer, Health, United Parks & Resorts, Emerson Electric, Brookfield , New York Times, Food, Reynolds Consumer Products, Teva Pharma, Uber Technologies, Dine Brands, Liberty Broadband, Fox Corp, Cushman &, Liberty Media, Arm Holdings, Kodiak Gas Services, Solaredge Technologies, AMC Entertainment, Cheesecake, News Corp, Toyota Motors, Fair, US Foods, Hyatt Hotels, Warner Bros, Hilton, Warner Music Group, Unity Software, Insurance, Gen, Honda, AMC Networks Locations: Central, McDonald's, Expeditors, Occidental, Angi, Brookfield , New, Ambev, Cushman & Wakefield, Michigan
Though the music festival begins this month and tickets are going quickly, there are still a few avenues for how to buy Bottlerock Napa Valley 2024 tickets. If you're still wondering how to buy tickets to BottleRock Napa Valley 2024, we've got you covered. BottleRock Napa Valley 2024 scheduleFour different types of tickets can be purchased for the three dates of BottleRock Napa Valley's festival. Date City StubHub prices Vivid Seats prices Time May 24, 2024 Napa, California $186 $174 12 p.m. May 25, 2024 Napa, California $160 $173 12 p.m. May 26, 2024 Napa, California $191 $207 12 p.m. May 24–26, 2024 Napa, California $250 $244 12 p.m.How to buy tickets for BottleRock Napa Valley 2024 music festivalSince BottleRock Napa Valley 2024 tickets went on sale in January, the number of remaining original tickets is extremely limited. Very few original BottleRock Napa Valley 2024 tickets remain, which means there's only one price available on the festival's site.
Persons: Tom Petty, Stevie Wonder, Miley Cyrus, Stevie Nicks, Pearl Jam, Ed Sheeran, Megan Thee, we've, Vincent, Nelly, Miike Snow, Bebe Rexha, Jessie Murph, Gogol, Loveless, Pete Yorn, Royal Otis, The Moss, Chris Shiflett, Grace Bowers, Alexsucks, Con Brio, Akira Galaxy, Sage Bava, Kali Uchis, Oliver Tree, Holly Humberstone, Jack Kays, Mondo Cozmo, John Cruz, Linka Moja, Grace McKagan, Mama Said, DJ, Queens, Dominic Fike, Norah Jones, Stephen Sanchez, Bronson, Stephen Marley, Talib Kweli, Monsieur Periné, Brittany Davis, Forrest Day, Jane Leo, Jared Harper, Naima, Sophia Zamani Organizations: Business, Sunday, Vivid, Pearl, Record Company, Napa Valley Youth, Colony, Rebels, Silverado Locations: Northern California, Napa, Napa Valley, California, BottleRock, StubHub, Royal, The, Colony House, Mononeon, Tors
Scott Lengel, a former Microsoft CTO, launched an AI-powered RV road trip planner, AdventureGenie. A couple of years later, in May 2023, Lengel launched AdventureGenie — an AI-powered RV trip planner. The biggest thing AI brings to AdventureGenie's trip planning is the customization, Lengel said. Instead of looking up a generic road trip planner that is the first hit served to everyone on Google, AdventureGenie can create itineraries that are unique to you. Lengel said new AdventureGenie users often say it saves them so much time planning their trip just by filling in their route.
Persons: Scott Lengel, , Lisa, Lengel, they'd, AdventureGenie, It's, you've, you'd Organizations: Microsoft, Service, Marriott, Business, Nashville, Google, BI Locations: Cambodia, Vietnam, India, , South Carolina, Yellowstone, Florida
Pfizer — Shares climbed more than 2% after New York City-based Pfizer beat Wall Street's first-quarter revenue forecast and raised its full-year profit guidance. CVS expects adjusted earnings of at least $7 per share for 2024, down from previous guidance of $8.30 per share. Analysts were expecting $8.28 per share, according to LSEG. A second-quarter revenue forecast also surpassed expectations, with Pinterest forecasting sales of $830 million to $850 million vs an LSEG consensus estimate of $827 million. Fiscal third-quarter revenue of $3.85 billion missed the Street's consensus estimate of $3.95 billion, according to LSEG.
Persons: Wall, Marriott, Estée Lauder, Estee Lauder, LSEG –, Kraft Heinz —, Powell, Macheel, Alex Harring, Sarah Min, Michelle Fox Organizations: Pfizer —, New, Pfizer, CVS, Marriott, LSEG, Starbucks, AMD —, AMD, Yum, KFC, Taco Bell, Powell Industries Locations: New York City, LSEG, Houston
Princess Cruises says its new Sun Princess and upcoming Star Princess will have all-inclusive cabins. It's a stark contrast to the high-end cruise industry, where all-inclusivity is often considered the standard. In 2024, Sun Princess' Sanctuary cabins start at more than $3,000 per person for a weeklong Caribbean cruise in mid-December. Princess CruisesThe cruise line says its next ship, Star Princess, which will debut in late September 2025, will also carry the Sanctuary Collection. Following in the footsteps of high-end, all-inclusive cruise lines could be a wise decision for Princess.
Persons: who've, , Princess, Cruises Organizations: Cruises, Service, Princess Cruises, Carnival Corp, Regent Seven Seas, Princess Premier, cabanas, MSC Cruises, HX, Hyatt, Marriott Locations: Royal Caribbean, Norwegian, Caribbean
Saudi Arabia plans to open the first part of its Neom megaproject this year. Saudi Arabia is pushing to distinguish itself in the high-end luxury market to compete with Dubai. AdvertisementSaudi Arabia plans to open the first region of its Neom megacity by the end of the year. Neom recently ended investor roadshows in China by confirming the luxury island resort would open this year, Arab News reported. A rendering of The Line, part of the Neom project planned by Saudi Arabia.
Persons: , Neom, roadshows, It's, Marriott Bonvoy, Chadi, MDLBEAST, Kristian Coates Ulrichsen, Saudi Arabia hasn't, Ulrichsen, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's Organizations: Dubai, Service, Arab News, Marriott, United, Rice, Baker Institute for Public Policy, Emirates, Saudi, Bloomberg, Business Locations: Saudi Arabia, Sindalah, China, Saudi, Vives, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Crown, Gulf Kingdom
I've stayed at every hotel at Disney World, and some are worth the extra cost on vacation. I love Pop Century Resort for its cheaper rooms, and it's easy to get to two of the four parks. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementI've been going to Disney World for almost 30 years, and in that time, I've been lucky enough to stay at every single hotel the company has to offer. A typical trip to Disney World for a family of four can cost nearly $7,000, so it's tempting to cut corners by staying off-property.
Persons: I've, Organizations: Disney, Marriott, Service
What is divestment? And does it work?
  + stars: | 2024-04-28 | by ( Nicole Goodkind | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +8 min
From Princeton University in New Jersey to the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, the same chant can be heard: “Disclose! The specifics of student protesters’ divestment demands vary in scope from school to school. Other students, like those at Cornell University and Yale, are asking their schools to stop investing in weapons manufacturers. Other common threads include demanding universities disclose their investments, sever academic ties with Israeli universities and support a ceasefire in Gaza. Proponents for divestment counter that its value lies in raising awareness and stigmatizing partnerships with targeted regimes or industries.
Persons: , ” Israel, Witold Henisz, Henisz, , Nicholas Dirks, ” Dirks, Dirks, “ They’ll, Anna Cooban, Michelle Bowman, Eli Lilly, Estee Lauder, Jerome Powell Organizations: New, New York CNN, Palestinian, Princeton University, University of Southern, Columbia University Apartheid, Columbia, Cornell University and Yale, Research, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, CNN, University of California, Columbia’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Federal Reserve, European Central Bank, Dallas Fed, Samsung, AMD, Starbucks, Benz Group, Volkswagen, PayPal, adidas, Diamondback Energy, Restaurant Brands, Pinterest, Caesars Entertainment, PMI, Conference Board, Mastercard, Qualcomm, Pfizer, Marriott, eBay, US Commerce Department, Apple, Novo Nordisk, Shell, ConocoPhillips, Cigna, Universal Music Group, Hershey, US Labor Department Locations: New York, New Jersey, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, Columbia, Palestine, Israel, Gaza, South Africa, Berkeley, United States, Europe, DoorDash
The action quickly and sharply reversed back to the upside Friday after blowout earnings reports from Alphabet and Microsoft . In the week ahead, earnings are likely to drive the action again, though we'll get a few important macroeconomic reports. Earnings: We've got the biggest week of the earnings season ahead of us, with 12 Club holdings set to report. Eli Lilly 's report Tuesday morning continues to be all about sales of type-2 diabetes treatment Mounjaro and weight-loss drug Zepbound. In DuPont 's report Wednesday morning, we're looking for a continued rebound in its semiconductor business following a sequential increase last quarter.
Persons: Ford, we'll, Dow Jones, We've, Buckle, Eaton, Eli Lilly, Lilly, We're, Estee Lauder, Fabrizio Freda, we've, Linde, Bausch, Royal Philips, Woodward, SIRI, Archer, Johnson, Stanley Black, Decker, BAX, Cardinal Health, Parker, Belden, Jim Cramer's, Jim Cramer, Jim Organizations: Nasdaq, Microsoft, Meta, Google Search, Big Tech, Nvidia, Broadcom, Ford Motor, Honeywell, Danaher, Labor Department, Labor, PMI, Services PMI, GE Healthcare, Amazon Web Services, Starbucks, Deutsche Bank, DuPont, Bausch Health, U.S ., Appeals, Apple, iPhones, Vision, ON Semiconductor, Resource Partners, Franklin Resources, Paramount, Transocean Ltd, Semiconductors, Arch Capital, Logitech International, Lattice Semiconductor, F5 Networks, Sanmina Corporation, GE HealthCare, PayPal, 3M Company, McDonalds, Enterprise Products Partners, Cola Company, Melco Resorts, Entertainment, SiriusXM Holdings, Oatly, American Electric Power Company, Leidos Holdings, Marathon Petroleum, Daniels, Midland Co, Equitrans Midstream Corporation, HSBC Holdings, HSBC, Devices, Caesars Entertainment, Lumen Technologies, Mondelez, Pfizer, CVS Health, Barrick, Mastercard Inc, Cruise Line Holdings Ltd, Kraft Heinz Company, Marriott International, Ares, Generac Holdings, Johnson Controls, Cenovus Energy Inc, Qualcomm, Devon Energy, Paycom, Axcelis Technologies, Coeur D'Alene Mines, Sunnova Energy International, MGM Resorts International, MGM, Solar Inc, Oil, Allstate, Co, Tenable Holdings, Enovix Corporation, Gladstone Capital, Avis Budget Group, eBay, EBAY, LIN, Novo Nordisk, Natural Resources, PENN Entertainment, Apache, ConocoPhillips, InMode Ltd, Baxter International, Cardinal, Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Apollo Global Management, LLC, Cinemark Inc, Dominion Energy, Coterra Energy, Coinbase, Bill.com Holdings, Booking Holdings, United States Steel, AXT Inc, Materials, Energy, Hershey Company, XPO Logistics, Cboe, American Pipeline, Amneal Pharmaceuticals, Brookfield Business Partners, Brookfield Renewable Corporation, Magna International, Jim Cramer's Charitable, CNBC, Traders, New York Stock Exchange, Bloomberg, Getty Locations: U.S, megaprojects, China, Eaton, Corning, Coeur D'Alene, Albemarle, ALB, Novo, New York
It's a week jam-packed with notable events, including earnings from Apple , Amazon and Eli Lilly . He also said to pay attention to Wednesday's Federal Reserve meeting and Friday's employment figures from the Department of Labor. "We have to run such a ridiculous gauntlet next week that I have no idea how it'll play out," he said. Wednesday also brings reports from Wingstop , Carvana and Marriott . Apple will report on Thursday, and Cramer noted there's been a lot of negative sentiment from investors surrounding the company.
Persons: CNBC's Jim Cramer, Eli Lilly, Jensen Huang, Cramer, it's, he'll, Seagen, there's Organizations: Apple, Federal Reserve, Department of Labor, Nvidia, Food and Drug Administration, Starbucks, CVS, Pfizer, Amazon, Walgreens, Marriott, Vision Locations: It's, China, Wingstop, Carvana
On top of that, the latest U.S. jobs market scorecard will be released along with more mega-cap earnings. This week, the U.S. 10-year Treasury yield briefly climbed above 4.7% for the first time since November. That's down sharply from the six or seven rate cuts investors were anticipating coming into the year. April jobs Investors will also get an update on the labor picture next week, with the release of the April nonfarm payrolls report set for Friday. Corporate earnings season will also ramp up in the week ahead with a slew of consumer-facing companies set to report.
Persons: Stocks, Powell, David Alcaly, Jerome Powell's, we've, they're, Brian Nick, Matt Stucky, it's, Stucky, Dow Jones, Nick, Archer, Eli Lilly, Kraft, Estee, Ingersoll Rand, Stanley Black, Decker, Hershey Organizations: Nasdaq, Google, Microsoft, Treasury, Lazard Asset Management, Macro, Northwestern Mutual Wealth Management Company, Fed, Apple, Micro Computer, Dallas Fed, Paramount, ON Semiconductor, Chicago PMI, Prudential Financial, Devices, Storage, Diamondback Energy, Caesars Entertainment, Corning, Daniels, Midland, Molson Coors Beverage, Marathon Petroleum, GE Healthcare Technologies, PayPal, ADP, P Global, Manufacturing, Oil, MGM Resorts International, Allstate, Etsy, eBay, Qualcomm, MetLife, First, Devon Energy, Cruise Line Holdings, Brands, Marriott International, Kraft Heinz, Pfizer, Companies, CVS Health, Generac, Mastercard, Labor, Nation Entertainment, Booking Holdings, Natural Resources, Motorola Solutions, Expedia, EOG, Coterra Energy, Dominion Energy, Howmet Aerospace, ConocoPhillips, Moderna, PMI, Services PMI Locations: U.S, Chicago, McDonald's, Albemarle, EOG Resources
Kasa Living has made a habit of raising funds at some of the hardest times for the hospitality and proptech industries. Kasa Living CEO and founder Roman Pedan points to the shares of Marriott and Hilton, which are up over the last five years, as an indication of what Kasa could be. Kasa Living is now working with some investment firms to help locate and buy buildings that Kasa Living will operate, a model known as OpCo/PropCo. Instead of having to hire someone to handle bookings and finances for each property, Kasa Living handles it all centrally, "removing that fixed cost." Some financial information has been redacted from the deck by Kasa Living.
Persons: Roman Pedan, Kasa, Pedan, Pendan Organizations: Marriott, Hilton, KKR, Sonder, TPG, Amazon Web, Citi Ventures, FirstMark, New York Life Ventures, Fireside Investments, RET, Zigg, Ribbit, EBay, Kasa Locations: Brookfield
AdvertisementAs millions of Americans get ready to watch the total solar eclipse on Monday — an event NASA has described as rare and "spectacular" — the phenomenon stands to lift local economies. According to NASA, this year's eclipse is set to last three to four minutes, longer than the last solar eclipse, in 2017. Former President Donald Trump looked up at the solar eclipse without glasses during the last eclipse. The glasses sold for $1.50 to $2 apiece. "We've shipped already about 70 million glasses, and I suspect I'm going to approach right at 75 million by the time next week comes," Jerit said.
Persons: , Donald Trump, John Jerit, We've, Jerit, Jason Berger Organizations: Service, NASA, Perryman Group, New York Times, Marriott, The Washington, Getty, Optics, NPR, Fox News Locations: Texas, New York, Texas , Ohio, Grayville , Illinois, Dallas
At Vinco, Farnsworth employed several of the same tactics that he had at MoviePass and at his earlier ventures. "Ted took these press releases and really treated them like they were works of art for him," Matt Argall, a former advisor to Farnsworth, told BI. Hudson Bay has not been served the lawsuit as of the publication of this story. "Hudson Bay's investment in Vinco Ventures was a standard, fixed price convertible loan of which millions remain unpaid," Hudson Bay told BI in a statement. "If served, Hudson Bay will seek to have these baseless, factually flawed and frivolous claims, which have been repeatedly dismissed in other proceedings against other parties, dismissed expeditiously."
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President Joe Biden speaks at the United Auto Workers political convention at the Marriott Marquis in Washington, D.C., Jan. 24, 2024. The new Environmental Protection Agency rules released Wednesday aim to cut tailpipe emissions by 49% between model years 2027 and 2032. The EPA set a target for EVs to make up at least 35% of new vehicle sales by 2032. The EPA's new strategy for cutting tailpipe emissions doesn't focus only on EVs. The EPA's percentage targets for EV adoption are not mandates but expectations for how automakers could meet the emissions regulations.
Persons: Joe Biden, Saul Loeb, Biden, Emmanuel Rosner, Mary Barra, Ngan, John Bozzella, Stocks, Tesla, weren't, Chelsea Hodgkins, Martin Viecha, Chris Kapsch, Morgan Stanley, Adam Jonas Organizations: United Auto Workers, Marriott Marquis, Washington , D.C, AFP, Getty, DETROIT, Environmental Protection Agency, EPA, EV, Detroit Automotive, Wall Street, Detroit, General Motors, Ford Motor, Chrysler, capex, Deutsche Bank, Chevrolet Silverado, Huntington Place Convention, Afp, Alliance for Automotive Innovation, United Auto Workers union, UAW, Toyota, Public Citizen, Sierra Club, Democratic, GM, Ford Locations: Washington ,, Detroit , Michigan, U.S, Detroit, Michigan
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