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Wyndham Locations Buys Travel + Leisure From Meredith For $100 Million

Travel + Leisure magazine could receive compensation for some links to products and services on this website. Interestingly, seventy five p.c of enterprise travelers said they’d be keen to pay extra to maintain the center airplane seat open – something experts consider can reduce the danger of COVID-19. About 77 p.c mentioned flying has been protected if protocols are followed similar to sporting a masks.

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Just Eat takeaways soar to 15.5 million a month in the UK

Watch: More than 46m takeaways ordered through Just Eat in three months

Just Eat Takeaway.com (JET.L) has delivered 151.4 million takeaways around the world in three months as demand soared during the pandemic, new figures show.

Orders leapt during in its third quarter, up 46% on the previous year in its European and other markets.

The company, headquartered in Amsterdam, saw the highest sales in the UK. Its drivers and

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Hotels to lose three million bookings to Covid restrictions as numbers fall to ‘all-time low’, IHF warns

Irish hotels are forecast to lose almost 3.3 million bednight bookings between now and the end of the year due to current Covid-19 restrictions, the Irish Hotel Federation (IHF) has warned.

The IHF warns that 100,000 jobs are gone already and another 100,000 are now at risk without immediate Government supports to keep them afloat.

An IHF survey of 301 premises across the country revealed that hotel room occupancy rates

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Evers announces $109 million in grants for Wisconsin small businesses hurt by the pandemic, including hotels, music venues, movie theaters

As the Wisconsin economy continues to struggle six months into the coronavirus crisis, Gov. Tony Evers has announced $109 million in new and renewed grant funding for small businesses.



Tony Evers sitting on a table: Gov. Tony Evers speaks to reporters in his office at the Wisconsin State Capitol in December 2019.


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Gov. Tony Evers speaks to reporters in his office at the Wisconsin State Capitol in December 2019.

Among those that stand to benefit: music venues, hotels, restaurants, bars, nonprofit cultural venues, and privately owned movie

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Downtown’s $420 million convention center expansion, backed by Wisconsin taxpayers, is proceeding despite travel industry depression

Downtown Milwaukee’s Wisconsin Center convention center expansion is proceeding — a $420 million taxpayer-financed investment — even as the COVID-19 pandemic has devastated the travel industry.

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The Wisconsin Center District, the state-created agency that operates the convention center and other downtown venues, will borrow funds by selling bonds to investors this fall.

The bond sale is to be completed by mid-December, followed by more design work and a

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Thayer Ventures’ travel-focused SPAC Thayer Ventures Acquisition files for a $175 million IPO

Thayer Ventures Acquisition, a blank check company formed by Thayer Ventures targeting the travel and transportation industries, filed on Thursday with the SEC to raise up to $175 million in an initial public offering.

The Valencia, CA-based company plans to raise $175 million by offering 17.5 million units at $10. Each unit consists of one share of common stock and one-half of a warrant, exercisable $11.50. At the proposed

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The world’s largest hedge fund reached a settlement with its former co-CEO after she accused it of a $100 million gender pay disparity



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  • Bridgewater Associates, the world’s largest hedge fund, has settled its compensation fight with former co-CEO Eileen Murray. 
  • A spokesperson confirmed the deal, but offered no details on the settlement size or terms.
  • Murray originally filed her lawsuit in July, saying the firm balked on up to $100 million in deferred pay after she disclosed her internal dispute to an industry body. 
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Evers announces $109 million in grants for Wisconsin small businesses hurt by pandemic

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Gov. Tony Evers speaks to reporters in his office at the Wisconsin State Capitol in December 2019. (Photo: Molly Beck, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)

As the Wisconsin economy continues to struggle six months into the coronavirus crisis, Gov. Tony Evers has announced $109 million in new and renewed grant funding for small businesses.

Among those that stand to benefit: music venues, hotels, restaurants, bars, nonprofit cultural venues, and privately owned

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Luxury Hotels Market Size to Surpass US$ 222450 million by 2025

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Sep 15, 2020 (Market Insight Reports) —
Selbyville, Delaware Growth forecast report ” Luxury Hotels Market size by Product Type (Business Hotel, Suite Hotel, Airport Hotel and Resorts Hotel), By Application (Room, F&B, SPA and Other), By Region Outlook (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, South America & Middle East and Africa), Top Manufacturer, Growth Potential, Price Trends, Competitive

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5 private islands for sale around the world for less than $5 million

  • In the age of COVID-19, space and privacy have become more important to prospective buyers, especially those shopping in the luxury end of the market. 
  • And while buyers are willing to pay top dollar for those luxuries on land, nothing offers more distance and privacy than your own island.
  • Enness Global sent Business Insider a list of private islands from around the world, and we listed the ones for sale
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Xenia Hotels & Resorts Sells Residence Inn Boston Cambridge For $107.5 Million

ORLANDO, Fla., Oct. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Xenia Hotels & Resorts, Inc. (NYSE: XHR) (“Xenia” or the “Company”) today announced it has sold the 221-room Residence Inn Boston Cambridge in Cambridge, Massachusetts for a price of $107.5 million, or approximately $486,500 per key. The sale price represents a 11.6x multiple and a 7.8% capitalization rate on the hotel’s 2019 Hotel EBITDA and net operating income, respectively. In connection

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De Blasio’s COVID contract to house homeless in hotels hits $299 million

The price tag for Mayor Bill de Blasio’s program to move homeless New Yorkers from barracks-like shelters to hotels to stop COVID-19 outbreaks now stands at $299 million, documents filed with the city comptroller show.

The initial program cost $78 million but only covered a fraction of the rooms and hotels that the city ended up needing as it closed down its usual congregate facilities, accounting for the dramatic increase

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Homeless Hotels Cost NYC Nearly $300 Million: Report

NEW YORK CITY — The troubled effort by Mayor Bill de Blasio to temporarily house homeless New Yorkers in hotels during the coronavirus pandemic has racked up a hefty price tag: $299 million, according to the New York Post.

Since April, the city has paid to rent rooms in hotels around the city, converting them into temporary shelters to reduce crowding in the existing shelter system, lowering the risk of

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As coronavirus deaths pass 1 million, health-care workers around the world share stories from the front lines

  • Health-care workers describe the harrowing experience of fighting Covid-19 on the front lines. 
  • Many have lost patients; some have seen their peers get sick because of insufficient personal protective equipment. 
  • But there have been moments of levity, too, even during the darkest days. 

Frontline healthcare workers around the world recount stories of battling Covid-19: ‘I never felt like a hero’

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The Covid-19 pandemic that swept

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Coronavirus has now killed 1 million people around the world

More than 1 million people have died from Covid-19 since the coronavirus was first identified late last year in China, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University.

With more than 200,000 deaths, U.S. continues to lead the global death toll, followed by Brazil at 142,000 and India at 95,500, the tally on Monday showed.

“Our world has reached an agonizing milestone,” United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said in a

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Allegiant Travel Company Prices $150 Million Of Senior Secured Notes

LAS VEGAS, Sept. 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Allegiant Travel Company (NASDAQ: ALGT) (the “Company,” “we,” “us,” or “our”) has agreed to sell $150.0 million in aggregate principal amount of its 8.5% Senior Secured Notes due 2024 (the “Notes”) at par to investors in a private offering. The Notes are expected to be issued on October 7, 2020, subject to customary closing conditions. Each of the Company’s subsidiaries will guarantee the

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Health groups promise 100 million extra doses of Covid-19 vaccine for poor countries



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Up to 100 million additional doses of any eventual Covid-19 vaccines will be secured for delivery to poorer countries in 2021, health groups announced Tuesday, as the virus showed no sign of receding after claiming more than one million lives around the world.

The announcement doubles the number of doses already secured from the Serum Institute of India by the Gavi vaccine alliance and the Bill

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Virus Has Killed 1 Million Worldwide

Here’s what you need to know:

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In the 10 months since a mysterious pneumonia began striking residents of Wuhan, China, Covid-19 has killed more than one million people worldwide as of Monday — an agonizing toll compiled from official counts, yet

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Pandemic Takes Its Toll As Deaths Around The World Near 1 Million Mark : NPR

The coronavirus continues to impact the health of people and economies worldwide. As the U.S. death toll rises, there are concerns that the White House is meddling in the vaccine approval process.



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We are getting closer to another stunning number. The globe is nearing 1 million deaths from the coronavirus. Here in the United States, the number of new cases is actually on the rise again with

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Busbud Raises $15 Million Series C for Worldwide Expansion of Intercity Bus Travel Marketplace Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

The equity round is led by the Canadian Business Growth Fund (CBGF) and Investissement Québec (IQ). New investors also include Export Development Canada (EDC), BDC Capital and Singapore-based K3 Ventures, along with current investors Inovia, Plaza Ventures, and Claridge increasing their investment.

MONTREAL, Sept. 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ – Busbud , the online marketplace that enables global travelers to shop for and book intercity bus tickets on over 2.3

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