Cuba - Page: 2

From Hotels to Airports: Our 2015 Business Travel Award Winners

Check out the best of the best in business travel this year.

Elaine Glusac

Cuba Says U.S. Companies Won't Get Preferential Treatment

There won't be any special relationships once diplomatic relations are restored between the two countries.

Reuters

Airbnb Lands in Cuba

The accommodations booking platform announces more than 1,000 listings in the island that, for more than 50 years, has been off limits to U.S. citizens.

U.S. Eases Restrictions on Imports From Private Cuban Entrepreneurs

The move comes as part of Washington's rapprochement with Havana after more than half a century of enmity.

Reuters

How Entrepreneurs Will Eventually Breathe Freedom Into Cuba

The diplomatic opening with Cuba will slowly allow the export of opportunity, not just goods, to the Cuban people.

John Pilmer

Why Fatburger Might Become the First Burger Franchise in Cuba

The company has a knack for international expansion, making Cuba a great potential new market.

Kate Taylor

What Will Franchising Look Like in Cuba? 3 Clues From Similar Markets.

Check out what China, Indonesia and the Dominican Republic can teach Cuba about franchising.

Kate Taylor

No, McDonald's Won't 'Ruin' Cuba

The lamentations of how McDonald's will somehow hurt Cuba are misplaced. You should be cheering on the Golden Arches.

Ray Hennessey

Hurricane Sandy and Its Aftermath: By the Numbers

See just how brutal last year's superstorm Sandy really was.

Diana Ransom

A Small Step Forward

President Obama is right to try something new with Cuba, but steps that include easing travel restrictions just aren't enough to get the US out of a miserable position.

Matthew Cooper

Connect with Cuba

The embargo is still in place, but it's not too early to dream.

Kristin Ohlson