Bob Chapek, who has led Disney Parks, has been named Walt Disney CEO, succeeding Bob Iger, who will stay on as executive chairman.
The Blackberry Farm co-founder describes how she went from building a 4,200-acre resort to discovering what matters in a 1,500-square-foot carriage house in Knoxville, Tenn.
In rare occasion, production will be put on in Madison Square Garden for New York City teens.
The coronavirus is proving costly for global business—and insurance won’t be much help: Having learned a lesson from SARS, insurers across the board exclude epidemics in standard business-interruption policies.
Edo Mapelli Mozzi will marry Princess Beatrice in the latest British royal wedding later this spring. But the real-estate executive explains why he’s also “obsessed by property.”
Walt Disney said it is temporarily closing its Disneyland and Disneytown parks in Shanghai, and McDonald’s said it has closed stores in Wuhan, as the death toll from China’s spreading coronavirus rose.
The late automotive executive’s roughly 11,000-square-foot Tuscan-style home is near the Bel-Air Country Club and the Hotel Bel-Air.
New Jersey’s burgeoning market for online sports betting has introduced gamblers to virtual casino games like roulette and blackjack on mobile phones, leading to a revenue surge for casinos.
Hilton is introducing a new hotel brand geared toward a young professional crowd, taking on rivals such as Marriott in this competitive slice of the market. The brand will focus on modern design and offer a bar and restaurant scene.
Californians will debate separate proposals to legalize sports betting next year as supporters of such plans look to break political gridlock and tap what might be the country’s most profitable market.
America’s hottest oil-drilling regions such as the Permian Basin in Texas are seeing their economies soften as shale producers slash spending, leading to emptier hotels, choosier employers and less overtime for workers.
Andy Ruiz Jr. and Anthony Joshua will duke it out in a rematch for the world heavyweight title in Saudi Arabia, an ultraconservative country with almost no boxing history but a voracious ambition in global sports.
Expedia Group’s chief executive and finance chief were forced to resign after clashing with Chairman Barry Diller and the board over the direction of the travel company.
A condominium building boom and commercial tenants like Amazon and Reebok have changed the face of this once industrial no-man’s land.
Homeowners can accommodate friends and family with fewer bedrooms and less effort.
Nevada gambling regulators are set to vote on new rules that are intended to protect casino workers from sexual harassment, but some who have pushed for changes say the guidelines are too weak to afford real protections.
Madison Square Garden has approved a plan to spin off its concert-hosting and entertainment-venue operations as a separate public company from its sports business, which includes the New York Knicks and Rangers.
SeaWorld Entertainment has named Sergio Rivera as its chief executive. the previous CEO resigned just seven months after taking the helm at the amusement-park chain.
The fashion designer turned real-estate developer said his darlingly decorated estate was the inspiration for his successful Faena Hotel project.
Nashville’s new leader wants to rethink government incentives used to lure companies as residents complain about housing prices, traffic and the cost of the inducements.