On the demand side, the tax cut will result in higher paychecks for many workers, and more discretionary income for leisure travel. "There's nothing negative whatsoever unless you're a far right-wing deficit hawk," said Aimbridge Hospitality CEO Dave Johnson at the Americas Lodging Investment Summit. "The argument isn't 'Is it going to be good or bad for us?' It's 'How good is it going to be?'" Corporate tax cuts are expected to spur companies to spend the windfall pursuing growth and, as a result, spending more on business travel. Get the full story at Travel Weekly