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WTTC Studies Travel’s Economic Impact on Cities

As the U.S. contends with its slipping share of the international travel market, a new report from the World Travel & Tourism Council reveals that cities suffer more than non-urban areas from dips in visitation. (Travel Weekly)

Sea-Tac Puts Brakes on Facial-Recognition Kiosks

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport will be first in the country to resist the rollout of a federal biometric identification program after the Port of Seattle approved a moratorium on some uses of the technology. (The Seattle Times)

Oracle Openworld Moving to Las Vegas

Oracle’s OpenWorld conference, one of the biggest annual technology events in San Francisco, is moving to Las Vegas in 2020 where it will be held at Caesars Forum for at least three years. (CNBC)