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Career Coach: Strong communication skills are a must

Arne Sorenson, president and chief executive of Marriott International, recently shared at an event at the University of Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business his views on leadership, his company and what employers are looking for in their new hires. In the discussion, he mentioned that...

Pamela Anderson Brings Son Brandon As Date At Champions Of Jewish Values Gala!

Pamela Anderson is all smiles as she hits the red carpet at the 2016 Champions Of Jewish Values International Awards Gala held at the Marriott Marquis Broadway Ballroom on Thursday (May 5) in New York City. The 48-year-old actress was accompanied by her son Brandon Thomas Lee as she was honored at the event, a [...]

Hotel chain Marriott's quarterly revenue rises 7.4 percent

(Reuters) - Marriott International Inc's revenue rose 7.4 percent in the first quarter, helped by higher room rates and occupancy at its hotels. The company, which is buying Sheraton hotels owner Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc, also reaffirmed its forecast of 3-5 percent growth in average revenue per available room (RevPAR) this year. Show More Summary

Major Corporations Urge Missouri Lawmakers to Oppose Anti-LGBT Bill

Today, HRC announced that more than 50 executives from major corporations, including Salesforce, Marriott International, Bloomberg L.P., Unilever, Intel, Yelp, The Hartford, and many others, have signed onto an open letter addressed to Missouri House of Representatives Speaker Todd Richardson. Show More Summary

Marriott, Starwood Hotels stockholders approve deal

(Reuters) - Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc and Marriott International Inc said on Friday the stockholders of the companies voted to approve Marriott's acquisition of Starwood to create the world's largest hotel company. Holders...Show More Summary

IT'S A DEAL: What you need to know on Wall Street today

Finance Insider is Business Insider's midday summary of the top stories of the past 24 hours. To sign up, scroll to the bottom of this page and click "Get updates in your inbox," or click here. It's official: Marriott International's...Show More Summary

Investors approve Marriott's $12.4 billion takeover of Starwood

Marriott International Inc.’s $12.4 billion acquisition of Starwood Hotels & Resorts Inc. was approved by shareholders of both companies, cementing a deal to create the world’s... To view the full story, click the title link.

IT'S A DEAL: Marriott is buying Starwood Hotels for $12.4 billion

It's official. Marriott International and Starwood Hotels shareholders on Friday voted in favor of a deal that will create the world's largest hotel company. Marriott is paying about $12.4 billion to buy Starwood. Shareholders will receive 0.8 shares of Marriott common stock plus $21.00 in cash. Starwood, which owns brands including Westin, St. Show More Summary

Marriott International app now a Universal Windows App for tablet, phone and PC

The Marriott International app has been upgraded to a full Universal Windows App and is now available for phone, tablet and PC. The Marriott mobile app makes travel easier with Mobile Check-in and Check-Out. Make reservations at over 4,000 hotels and resorts in 70 countries and 16 brands including JW Marriott, Autograph Collection Hotels, Renaissance […]

Marriott International's app now a universal for PCs, tablets, and phones

Marriott International has updated its app, making it a universal app for Windows 10 on PCs, tablets, and phones. The app allows you to easily check-in and check-out of hotels, enroll in Marriott's Rewards program, and more. Marriott now also features Cortana integration....

MarketPlace: How Marriott Buying Starwood Affects Frequent Travelers

' Since Marriott International announced its intent to acquire Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide in November, speculation has run wild about the impact on Starwood customers. Luckily, there’s been plenty of news to follow.' -- +Marketplace APM

In This Merger Of Big Brand Names, Who Comes Out On Top?

In an unexpected bidding war for Starwood Hotels & Resorts (NYSE: HOT), Marriott International, Inc. (NYSE: MAR) came out on top against China's Anbang Insurance Group with a deal worth $13.6

China’s Anbang raises offer for Starwood

Anbang Insurance Group raises its offer for Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide to almost $14bn in the latest challenge to the US hotel operator's merger with Marriott International. ||| Beijing - China's Anbang Insurance Group raised...Show More Summary

Anbang Ups Bid for Starwood, Will Marriott Counter?

Hey, Starwood, how does it feel to be the belle of the ball? We're betting pretty dang good. The brand has been at the center of a bidding war between Marriott International and Chinese-based Anbang Insurance Group to buy its entire portfolio. This... via

New $14 billion bid puts Marriott takeover of Starwood Hotels in jeopardy

Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc. has received a $14 billion takeover offer from a group led by China’s Anbang Insurance Group Co., raising the stakes for Marriott International to counter a second time. The 12-year-old Chinese...Show More Summary

Star(wood) Wars, Part IV: Anbang strikes back

Just when it looked like Marriott International had once again secured a deal to acquire Starwood Hotels & Resorts by sweetening Its original offer, a revised proposal has been submitted by Marriott’s counter-bidding nemesis, China’s Anbang Insurance and its co-investors. Show More Summary

Why Marriott can't win its battle with a Chinese rival (HOT, MAR)

Things are not lot looking good for Marriott International in the takeover battle for Starwood Hotels. On Monday, Starwood said Marriott's rival, a group of investors led by Chinese insurer Anbang, has made another counteroffer for the...Show More Summary

Starwood Hotels receives higher US$82.75-a-share offer from Anbang

Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide said it received a higher takeover offer from a group led by Anbang Insurance Group, putting the Chinese company back into battle with Marriott International Inc. for control of the hotel operator... Show More Summary

Should Anbang Rethink Its Starwood Bid?

Anbang has been on a hotel-buying spree lately. The Chinese insurance giant is willing to pay top dollar to outbid Marriott International for Starwood Hotels. That’s the wrong investment in my opinion. Anbang’s money could be better spent in buying shares of Expedia or Priceline in the open market, or wait [...]

Starwood Bidding War Increases With Higher Offer

Starwood Hotels said it had received a new offer from a consortium led by Anbang Insurance that tops its existing deal with Marriott International.

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