This year's list of 100 top meeting hotels revealed a slight shift away from major hotel brands and traditional conventional cities, mirroring a larger trend towards independent hotels and emerging destinations in the hospitality industry.
This post comes from our partner TripAdvisor. Sometimes originality is overrated. Take these six hotel operations tips, for instance. They’re not new. So what’s the big deal? When you apply these time tested hospitality lessons in a new way – to help with gathering more guest revie
Design-heavy boutique hotels are one of the largest hospitality trends today and major corporations are looking for a piece of the profits with new brands that offer a "lifestyle" feel and corporate benefits.
Twerking. Snapping. Selfies: Yahoo’s 2013 Year In Review
Is it just us, or did 2013 come and go as quickly as this ridiculously photogenic guy did last year?
Today Yahoo released its 2013 Year In Review, a look back at daily search habits from the year. Your top searches included high-profile trials, Obamacare, and the twerk seen round the world. You and
by Marissa Mayer, Yahoo CEO
Today, I am incredibly excited to announce that Katie Couric is joining Yahoo as our Global Anchor. Starting in early 2014, Katie will lead a growing team of correspondents at Yahoo News who will cover the world’s most interesting stories and newsmakers.
Flickr is all about putting your photos first — we’re a community where people come to share, connect, and discover amazing images. Today, we’re excited to give you an entirely new way to turn your photos into something special, to help you create and enjoy your favorite memo
Yahoo Screen Premieres on Apple TV: yahooscreen:
By Bart Stein, Product Manager, Mobile and Emerging Products
Just over a month ago we launched Yahoo Screen for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad with the goal of bringing a channel surfing experience to your fingertips. Today, we’re excited to brin
AP staffer bemoans ‘Obama’s Orwellian Image Control’
Want to know the real meaning of that selfie incident involving President Obama and two other world leaders in South Africa? That moment, writes Associated Press (AP) vice president and director of photography Santiago Lyon, represents the “democratization of image making that is a hallmark of
Capitol Hill publications have a grand tradition of managing a revolving door among key advertising officials, and this morning brought news of another inter-competitor jump: The Hill has hired Adam Prather, a national advertising director at Politico and a veteran of Roll Call and Yahoo!, to serve
The journalistic bond between The Post and MSNBC just grew a bit stronger, as the paper’s opinion section announced that MSNBC host Rachel Maddow will be writing a monthly column. “We expect that she will bring to Post readers the strong arguments, sharp wit and thoughtful analysis of po
Fox News host Bill O’Reilly did a nice job last night of challenging Rep. Michele Bachmann’s claim that the woes of Republicans stem from their portrayal in the media. “Let’s face it, over 80 percent of all the the messaging regarding conservatives in media is negative, and s
DataTau launches as a Hacker News for data scientists
Now data scientists have a place to find great learning resources and discuss projects and technologies. It takes the model of the popular Hacker News site.
Ford is pulling the academic world into autonomous car research because what student doesn’t want a driver-less designated driver.
The car manufacturer partnered with the University of Michigan and insurance company State Farm (thank goodness) to create a “research” version &h