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From Dishwasher to Hosting Events Featuring Nelly and Avicii: Why Italian Immigrant Lanfranco Pescante Believes the American Dream Is Still Alive
'Always believe in your dreams; they do come true if you want them badly enough.'
Here's How Ace Hotels Pioneered the 'Boutique Hotel' Category
The non-traditional hotel industry has exploded since the first Ace Hotel opened 20 years ago.
Designed, Built and Financed by Women, This 100-Year-Old Hotel Stays Relevant by Leaning Into Its Past
In a city known for chasing trends, Los Angeles' Hotel Figueroa thrives by embracing its long history.
6 Tips for Starting a Business That's an Instant Hit With Locals
Looking to start a business that resonates with locals? Take a cue from Proper Hospitality co-founder Brian De Lowe, who makes sure each of his new hotels authentically reflects its community.
Don't Try to Copy Someone Else's Success -- Carve Your Own Path
The CEO and co-founder of the J. Fall Group talks about dealing with the perceptions of others and what he's learned from his experiences in the restaurant and hospitality business.
How This 200-Year-Old Company Overcame a Lack of Name Recognition When Entering a New Market
International brand Swire was unknown in the U.S. when it opened its hotel in Miami.
How This Entrepreneur, at Age 32, Has Already Built a Thriving Restaurant and Entertainment Company
Chicago's Carmen Rossi believes in "moving past the fear" and getting actively involved in government instead of just complaining about it.
How This Founder Sticks to Her Principles and Stays Open Minded at the Same Time
Ilaina Edison recognized that if she wanted to incorporate hospitality into her medical practice, flexibility and patience would be key.
Lyft Co-Founder John Zimmer: 'You Should Never Veer Off the Path of Your Own Values'
For Zimmer and his team, genuine and positive interactions between employees and customers is the biggest goal.
5 Marketing Tactics You Can Borrow From Popular Hotels
'Hospitality' has myriad possible interpretations. Hotel industry leaders are using a slew of them to create good feeling about their brands.
A Man Was Awarded $115,000 After a Random Facebook Post Destroyed His Life and Business
One day, out of the blue, Kenneth Rothe's hotels were accused of being a haven to pedophiles, a claim that the judge would later determine was baseless.