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TripAdvisor, Inc. (NASDAQ:TRIP) Traded Above Its 50 Day Average

Dermot Halpin, President, Vacation Rentals disclosed the sale of 12,859 shares. The shares sold for $39.29. The President, Vacation Rentals now … TripAdvisor, Inc. (NASDAQ:TRIP) Traded Above Its 50 Day Average was first posted on http://www.highlightpress.com/tripadvisor-inc-nasdaqtrip-traded-above-its-50-day-average-2/166820/clarence
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Tujia Gains Ground in Japan and Climbs New Heights in Overseas

BEIJING, Aug. 23, 2017 – On August 22, the conference on Tujia’s Overseas Development Review & Outlook cum the Signing Ceremony for the Cooperation between Tujia and Rakuten Lifull Stay, an electronic commerce company in Japan, is held in China World Summit Wing in Beijing, while their collaboration was already announced on a previous news conference held in Tokyo by Tujia and Rakuten Lifull Stay. At the conference, Tujia revealed its strategic...
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8 Takeaways on Airbnb’s Road to an IPO

Earlier this month, Skift published a comprehensive look at Airbnb’s Road to an IPO, or initial public offering on the stock market. While the story primarily focused on all of the many things the company is doing (and needs to do) as it pursues that inevitable IPO, it wasn’t necessarily a story about what it takes for a company like Airbnb to go public. Indeed, what Airbnb is doing right...
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Homes hosting weddings for fees concern officials

KEY LARGO — The Florida Keys wedding business is booming, and private homes with waterfront views are among the most popular venues, which is antagonizing neighbors and concerning government officials. The Monroe County Commission last week approved the Tourist Development Council’s 2017-18 marketing plan, with the exception of its marketing efforts to promote and increase weddings in the Keys. In the Upper Keys, a handful of properties within residential neighborhoods...
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Nevada County tenants group discusses issues, solutions for affordable housing

Tenants of Nevada County hopes to be a resource for local renters searching for affordable housing options, the newly-formed group said at its second general meeting. The group’s organizing members have formed small sub-committees to tackle large issues they believe are contributing to the lack of affordable housing in Nevada County. Group member Mike Berlin reported Thursday on ways to address the issue of short-term vacation rentals such as AirBnB,...
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Aqua by the Bay review continues

Opponents of Aqua by the Bay have circulated this rendering of what the shoreline would look like with high-rise buildings. – Joe Hendricks | Sun BRADENTON – Some county residents feel the Aqua by the Bay developers’ ever-changing plans are creating an elusive and moving target for county commissioners to rule on. The Manatee County Commission will continue its review of the Aqua by the Bay general development plan and...
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Charleston’s Short-Term Rental Task Force to ask city for ’emergency enforcement’ for illegal rentals

CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) – The City of Charleston’s Short-Term Rental Task Force is recommending that the city undertake emergency enforcement measures to address illegal short-term rentals. The recommendation is for the planning commission and city council.  The task-force would like what they call “reasonable” enforcement to be put in place prior to creating new short-term rental regulations. When it comes to short-term rentals in Charleston there’s a difference in opinions. Those who...
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Baja Beach Club, Rethymnon Traveller Reviews

Well organized and clean, with comfy sun beds, you can swim either to the sea or to the pool. Pool clean, service was friendly, went there with my dog, pet acceptance felt like yes and no but they did let me in by giving me sun beds on the back. Ordered a coffee and a fresh orange juice, both were good, our drinks were served in a plastic cup and...
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Early signs show eclipse boosted Midlands economy

(Source: WIS) COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) – In the minutes before the moon blocked out the sun at North Springs Park off Clemson Road, Donna Taylor described Columbia in glowing terms. “Oh my gosh, this town is wonderful,” she said, surrounded by her family. “People have been great,” Taylor added. “The kids have been playing over there in the playground. It’s been a great experience.” Taylor flew to South Carolina from her home in...
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