Trivago Looks to Reorganize With ‘Significant’ Job Cuts
Faced with a drop of more than 95 percent in referral revenue in the last week of the first quarter, Trivago informed investors that it has started to “make changes to our organizational setup,” including “significant” headcount reductions.
Carnival Plans to Set Sail Again, or Does It? Behind the Confusion and Controversy
Carnival Cruise Line on Monday announced a partial return to North American cruising for eight of its vessels on Aug. 1. The resumption would be just several days after the Centers for Disease Control’s current no sail order is set to expire.
And then, Carnival seemed to backtrack slightly, issuing a second press release hours later, saying that “some of the media reports have not fully conveyed” its previous message.
Can Hotels Make a Comeback If Required to Be Less Congested?
The American Hotel & Lodging Association launched late last month “Stay Safe,” a new cleaning and workplace protocol for the hotel industry in light of coronavirus. The hotel industry plans to return from coronavirus shutdowns with heightened cleaning practices and lower capacity levels in public spaces. But it isn’t quite clear if guests will readily accept hospitality’s new normal.
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