CHEYENNE — A effort by Wyoming to collect more taxes from online travel companies such as Travelocity, Expedia and Priceline for hotel bookings will likely end up in court.
HELENA — Online travel firms that book motel and rental-car reservations in Montana are not “owners or operators” of the product, and therefore shouldn’t pay state bed or rental-car taxes on their share of the transaction, their attorneys argued in state District Court Wednesday.
HELENA — Two Montana business groups are joining the online travel companies in an ongoing dispute with the state over hotel bed taxes now that the Department of Revenue is rewriting its rules aimed at the big companies.
HELENA — Montana sued more than a dozen online travel companies on Monday, claiming the companies shortchange the state on hotel taxes.
HELENA — Internet travel giant Travelocity said Wednesday that Gov. Brian Schweitzer has misrepresented the ongoing tax dispute with the online travel industry.
BUTTE – Montana’s tourism industry had cause to celebrate on Tuesday when Travelocity, the global travel company, announced a big gift at the Montana Economic Summit.
BUTTE — Gov. Brian Schweitzer publicly hammered Travelocity leaders Tuesday over a growing tax dispute — the same day the online travel reservation company announced a program aimed at promoting the state.
CASPER — Travelocity’s Roaming Gnome entices travelers to book cheap rooms and vacation packages.