Hostages run for cover as armed men stand guard at Tunisia’s national museum in Tunis March 18th, 2015. Photograph: REUTERS/Tunisia TV handout 0:49

Tunisia said it would deploy the army to major cities and arrested nine people after 20 foreign tourists were shot dead at a museum in the capital in(...)

In Dublin, Aer Lingus shares rose 3.4 per cent, marking  a reversal of recent sentiment towards airline stocks in the wake of the Ebola scare. Photograph: Alan Betson

European stocks rose yesterday, ending the longest rout in 11 years, while Italian and Greek bonds gained on prospects for more stimulus. Ten-year It(...)

Accor, which competes with InterContinental, Marriott (above) and Starwood, is in the first year of a three-year plan to lift its operating margin to more than 15 per cent of sales in 2016 from 9.3 per cent in 2012.

Accor, Europe’s largest hotel group by sales, warned operating profit could fall this year due to the weak economy in its main market and investment i(...)

Accor asset sales: Potential disposals mainly involve hotels

Accor has named private equity specialist Sebastien Bazin as the French hotel group’s new chairman and chief executive in a move expected to speed Acc(...)

Ryanair, in line with the  travel and leisure space generealy, had a remarkable day, finishing up nearly 4 per cent. Photographer: Paul Thomas/Bloomberg

Global equity markets and crude oil rose yesterday as investors snapped up riskier assets at the start of a new quarter after data showed US manufactu(...)

 Club Med says it aims to operate five villages in China by 2015, including three by the end of this year

A Chinese investor and a French private equity firm have won over Club Med with an improved €557 million takeover bid, seeking to accelerate a shift a(...)