Then we will take a look at the lenders’ ability to access sufficient fairness capital, debt capital, and operating grants to serve this market. We will talk about some of the capacity constructing resources obtainable to minority-owned businesses and leave plenty of time for dialogue so that attendees can share their experiences and solutions. Kurt Summers, Treasurer of the City of Chicago, kicked us off with personal tales of the … Read More
Holdings is scheduled to report third-quarter results after the market closes on Wednesday. If
Delta Air Lines
’ results are an omen, United may have a tough time meeting Wall Street estimates.
Delta (ticker: DAL) missed forecasts for revenue and earnings in the quarter, racking up a $2.6 billion pretax loss, as
By Martin Mou
China Southern Airlines Co. said Tuesday that it expects the Covid-19 pandemic to severely hurt its results for the first three quarters of the year.
Facing “unprecedented difficulties” brought about by the pandemic, the company has made efforts to control costs and seek policy support while boosting cargo revenue to weather the downturn, China Southern said.
The state-owned carrier swung to a net loss in the first
An outbreak of COVID-19 at Genoa has sent a scare throughout Serie A this weekend, with repercussions now facing the Grifone’s most recent opponents, Napoli.
The Rossoblu had announced as many as 14 positive coronavirus tests earlier this week, with Napoli then going on to confirm that three members of their own members of staff tested positive for the virus.
Of those three, two were players in Piotr Zielinski and
Rapid coronavirus tests that can provide results in about 15 to 30 minutes are expected to be rolled out to lower and middle-income countries around the world, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).
The WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus on Monday announced an agreement between the health agency, test manufacturers and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to make 120 million of the highly portable and easy-to-use rapid diagnostic
In this strange and unprecedented Covid-19 world, where so many industries have been turned on their heads, luxury brands are scrambling for ways to stay relevant to their consumers’ changing lives.
Nowhere has this been more the case than in the travel industry, with many big names in the luxury sector calling in the help of specialist marketing agencies to help kickstart a very difficult year.
With conventional marketing tools
A new survey offers a fresh dose of optimism for the luxury travel sector.
Small Luxury Hotels of the World says a poll of its North American loyalty program members shows more than half are planning trips this year, and three-quarters of them are willing to fly.
And almost all, 90%, said they would feel most comfortable in a small hotel.
The group polled 6,000 loyalty club members