Shareholders Push Travel Companies to Disclose Political Giving As Mid-Terms Loom


Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. Wayne Thume

Skift Take: Travel isn't as big a political player as some other industries, but major players wield significant influence over political candidates and the issues surrounding airports and hotels. More transparency is a good thing, particularly for shareholders who may fear a decline in stock value due to political positioning based on the whims of a company's CEO.

— Andrew Sheivachman

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