Ryan is a brand reporter covering travel, mobility and sports marketing. A graduate of the University of Delaware, Ryan previously worked at CBS Newspath writing and producing TV news stories for CBS affiliates and the Center for Public Integrity, where he covered the intersection of policy and technology.
Marriott President Laments ‘Frustratingly High’ Covid-19 Rate in the US
Marriott saw loses of $232 million in the second quarter.
Masks in Commercials? It’s an Open Question, Says Southwest’s CMO
The airline is investing in advertising despite losing millions.
‘Everything Is on the Table’ as Hilton Loses $432 Million in Q2
Nearly all of the brand's hotels are open globally, but occupancy hovers around 40%.
Cruise Industry Extends Pause Again, No Sailing Until November
Cruises won't resume before Nov. 1.
Airbnb Bookings Bounce Back, While Hotels Are Still Hurting
Short-term rentals are proving attractive to travelers.
NBA Finds Ways to Get Fans (Virtually) Courtside With Microsoft and Michelob Ultra
Through the magic of videoconferencing, fans will feel like they're in the arena together.
American, Southwest, Alaska and United All Saw Revenue Drop Over 80% in Q2
The airline industry is forecast to get a whole lot smaller once payroll protections expire.
United Faces the Most Difficult Financial Quarter in Its Nearly 100-Year History
The airline lost $1.6 billion in Q2.
Sports Leagues Have No Fans in the Stands. Which Leaves Plenty of Space for Advertisers
The MLB and NBA prepare to resume playing with new opportunities for marketers.
The Name of Nissan’s New Car Comes From an Unlikely Source: a Marketing Exec’s Niece
The Ariya will retail for $40,000.
Ship Capacity Is the Cruise Industry’s Airplane Middle Seat
Cruise lines are figuring out passenger capacity and other safety measures.
New York City Looks to Locals to Boost Its Recovery
Tourism bureau NYC & Company wants residents to experience what they've got, without the crowds.
Delta Lost Nearly $5.7 Billion in Q2 and Is Set to Reduce Flights Further
Grim but expected earnings show the full force of the pandemic.
After Nearly 25 Years, Ford Brings Back the Bronco
Revealed across Disney platforms, Ford hopes its new Bronco brand lures consumers from Jeep.
Carnival Sees Bookings Tick Up for 2021, but Continues to Burn Cash Until Then
Cruise line conglomerate is burning through a lot of cash to get to that hope on the horizon.