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President Trump's calls for a travel ban are "frustrating," according to Marriott International MAR CEO Arne Sorenson.
Marriott International CEO Arne Sorenson weighs in on President Trump's calls for a travel ban.
These three stocks are showing short-term gain catalysts and longer-term growth potential.
Contemporary shopping and buying trends continue to confound established stores.
You wouldn't believe the new technology Enseo has for in-room hotel entertainment.
People are spending on trips more than they are on goods.
It's a wonder to me how split this market really is.
Airbnb and the internet haven't been the disasters for those sectors that many thought.
Four women serve on the boards of four S&P 500 companies at the same time.
Which companies could be hurt by Trump's immigration order?
Hilton and Marriott are already feeling the heat from Airbnb's entrance into the lodging market. And it's only going to get hotter for the hotel giants.
Marriott announced that it opened 55,000 rooms in 2016.
As a real estate practitioner, having Donald Trump in the White House is a "great thing" for the already-hot hotel business, says Tyler Morse, CEO of MCR Development.
For the week of November 7, all eyes will be on Tuesday's presidential election.
Chinese yuan are converting into U.S. dollars at an intense pace as Chinese tourists become more adventurous.
I would love to lock up long-term ownership of any or all of these companies at a bargain price.
On Friday, Marriott International finalized its $13 billion acquisition of Starwood Hotels, creating the world's largest hotel company.
An increase of 59,000 leisure and hospitality jobs last month is boosting stocks across the industry.
We take a technical look at the stocks investors love to hate.
More than half of outstanding shares of some of these companies are held short though it's not always clear why.
Is the post Great Recession recovery in the U.S. hotel industry nearing an end?
Two developments this week call into question whether the lodging industry's post-recession rebound finally is coming to an end.
Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide is a hospitality giant, boasting 650 hotels in 70 countries.