President Barack Obama met today with chief executive officers of companies from Bank of America Corp. to EBay Inc. who have committed to giving the long-term unemployed a better chance in the hiring process.
Marriott International Inc., the owner of such brands as the Ritz-Carlton and Renaissance, would consider buying more hotel-management companies after its acquisition of South Africa’s Protea Hospitality Holdings, Chief Executive Officer Arne Sorenson said.
Marriott International Inc.’s luxury Edition brand will open a second location in New York, at a property in the Times Square area owned by a partnership that also agreed to refinance the debt on the project.
Marriott International Inc., the largest publicly traded U.S. hotel chain, may sell its three Edition properties to fund an expansion of the boutique, luxury brand, incoming Chief Executive Officer Arne Sorenson said.
Marriott International Inc., the largest publicly traded U.S. hotel chain, plans to double its operations in Latin America and the Caribbean by 2017 to take advantage of growing demand, Chief Executive Officer Arne Sorenson said.
During a meeting in the West Wing of the White House this month, President Barack Obama’s aides posed an unusual question to business leaders across the table: How can the administration help House Speaker John Boehner?
President Barack Obama urged a group of business leaders including McDonald’s Corp. Chief Executive Officer Donald Thompson and Marriott International Inc. CEO Arne Sorenson to put pressure on congressional Republicans to pass a new immigration law by year’s end.
Marriott International Inc., the largest publicly traded U.S. hotel chain, reported third-quarter earnings that beat analysts’ estimates as demand rose for rooms at the company’s North American properties.