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Features
What planners need to know about a new federal fiduciary measure that impacts how incentives should be administered by the financial industry.
Newsline
As summer begins, many U.S. resorts can't operate at full capacity due to a shortage of temporary workers due to a visa snafu.
The Leesburg, Va., facility has survived bankruptcy and been refurbished after an 18-month project.
A new M&C poll finds two-thirds of meeting professionals oppose restrictions on inflight devices.
Plans call for 600,000 square feet of new exhibit space at Sin City's convention facility.
A new report finds the mishandled-baggage rate at airports reached a record low last year.
Planners Portfolio
How to ease or avoid penalties with proper contract language.
Key questions to ask when determining food and beverage.
Destination Guides
In Billings, Mo., the Double Tree by Hilton Hotel Billings opened last year with 18,000 square feet of meeting space.
Coming soon: The 1,048-room Fairmont Austin Hotel with nearly 140,000 square feet of meeting space and a bridge to the Austin Convention Center.
Brooklyn recently welcomed the new 110room La Quinta Inn & Suites Brooklyn with great views of the Manhattan skyline.
Stay Another Day
The 1980s are alive and well at the riotous Fifty-Two 80's antique emporium.