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Skift

Uber Talks Up Its Side Hustles in March Toward an IPO

Uber Talks Up Its Side Hustles in March Toward an IPO

The success or failure of Uber's upcoming IPO try will hinge on the merits of its core ridesharing business. Big bets are nice to have and can turn out to have enormous impact, but investors aren't
United’s Fuel Price Hedge and 4 Other Aviation Trends This Week

United’s Fuel Price Hedge and 4 Other Aviation Trends This Week

In aviation news this week, United raises ticket prices to help offset rising fuel costs, while Qatar Airway's CEO claims he's ready to pull out of the Oneworld airline alliance for good. -Tom Lowry
Asiana Airlines’ New Bag Restriction Is Bad News for Luxury Retailers

Asiana Airlines’ New Bag Restriction Is Bad News for Luxury Retailers

Luxury retail has grown significantly in Southeast Asia and China. Other airlines will likely follow Asiana's example with bag restrictions if the market isn't more carefully regulated. -Dan Peltier
Expedia’s Hunger for Deals and 8  Other Digital Trends This Week

Expedia’s Hunger for Deals and 8 Other Digital Trends This Week

In digital news this week, Expedia CEO Mark Okerstrom says a good deal is never off the table, and Expedia Chairman Barry Diller calls for Google to be regulated, while Beijing-based Shiji shares its
Luxury Hotel-Branded Residences Appeal to the Ultra-Rich

Luxury Hotel-Branded Residences Appeal to the Ultra-Rich

As Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts CEO J. Allen Smith said recently at Skift Global Forum in New York City: "Residential is absolutely central to our business strategy." So expect plenty more luxury
New Air France-KLM CEO Seals Labor Peace With French Unions

New Air France-KLM CEO Seals Labor Peace With French Unions

New Air France-KLM CEO Ben Smith pulled off what some thought impossible, by negotiating a new pact with labor. But remember, Smith is still in his honeymoon period. Can he reset labor relations over
Korean Air May Make A Big Widebody Jet Order to Grow Fleet

Korean Air May Make A Big Widebody Jet Order to Grow Fleet

Korean Air flies the most modern of narrowbody jets — the Airbus A220 — but some of its widebody airplanes are getting older. It's probably time for replacement. -Brian Sumers
Boeing Risks Becoming a Casualty in the U.S.-China Trade War

Boeing Risks Becoming a Casualty in the U.S.-China Trade War

Boeing has sought to avoid becoming caught in the trade fight between the U.S. and China, but Xiamen Airlines is in early-stage talks with Airbus, sources say. That doesn't bode well for Boeing.-Sean
Soho House Is Turning to Co-Working to Give It an Edge Over WeWork

Soho House Is Turning to Co-Working to Give It an Edge Over WeWork

Sounds a lot like our Skift Megatrend from this year: "The hotel of the future is everything to everyone" where co-working, co-living, hotels, and private clubs are all blended together. -Deanna Ting
Thailand Reaches Out to Chinese Couples Free From the One-Child Policy

Thailand Reaches Out to Chinese Couples Free From the One-Child Policy

Wei Siang Yu, also known as Dr. Love of TV notoriety, and other providers in Thailand, are tapping into the existing medical tourism market, and hope they can spark incremental business now that China
Skift Global Forum 2018 Recap: Humanizing the Travel Experience Is Key to Building Loyalty

Skift Global Forum 2018 Recap: Humanizing the Travel Experience Is Key to Building Loyalty

Integrating new technology to improve your brand offerings is great, but there’s no value in it without connecting to customers on a human level. -
InterContinental Hotels Still in the Market For Small Acquisitions

InterContinental Hotels Still in the Market For Small Acquisitions

Never say never but it doesn't sound like IHG is in serious shopping mode. -Patrick Whyte
Airbnb’s Strategic Advisor Never Saw Homesharing Coming

Airbnb’s Strategic Advisor Never Saw Homesharing Coming

Chip Conley mixes some self-promotion into his predictions, but these insights from a longtime hospitality insider warrant attention. -Hannah Sampson
TravelPerk Raises $44 Million for Biz Trip Management: Travel Startup Funding This Week

TravelPerk Raises $44 Million for Biz Trip Management: Travel Startup Funding This Week

TravelPerk’s funding further supports Skift's 2018 Megatrend that companies are becoming more interested in booking systems that more directly serve business travelers. -Sean O'Neill
Fighting Biz Travel Burnout

Fighting Biz Travel Burnout

Frequent business travelers just want a good night of sleep and more comfortable flights. There's a big upside for companies that pay for a better, more restful travel experience as well: Their
AccorHotels Is Still Struggling to Make Onefinestay and John Paul Profitable

AccorHotels Is Still Struggling to Make Onefinestay and John Paul Profitable

The first step to making things right is to admit things are wrong, followed by figuring out how to make things right again. At this point, we're not sure we know how AccorHotels wants to fix its
India’s First High-Speed Train May Not Arrive Until 2024

India’s First High-Speed Train May Not Arrive Until 2024

The planned 316-mile rail link between the western cities of Mumbai and Ahmedabad is the most eye-catching symbol of the infrastructure ambitions of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. It may be delayed,
Qatar Air CEO Threatens the Airline Could Exit Oneworld ‘Soon’

Qatar Air CEO Threatens the Airline Could Exit Oneworld ‘Soon’

Qatar Airways CEO Akbar Al Baker may be posturing about leaving Oneworld, but he is indeed making alternative plans nonetheless. -Dennis Schaal
Wellness Newsletter: Inside Adidas’ Love-Hate Relationship With Amazon

Wellness Newsletter: Inside Adidas’ Love-Hate Relationship With Amazon

Teaming up with Amazon could mean cash flow now, but at what cost down the line? It’s a question every brand that partners with the giant should ask –– especially in the wellness industry, when so
Frequent Business Travelers Need More Sleep to Survive

Frequent Business Travelers Need More Sleep to Survive

I'm tired, you're tired, we're all tired when we travel for work. It's leading employees to burn out and quit, causing problems for travel managers and companies that push their workers too hard. Some