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Marriott International Class A Common Stock, also called Marriott International, is a lodging company, which engages in the operation and franchise of hotel, residential, and timeshare properties. It operates through the following business segments: North American Full-Service; North American Limited-Service; Asia Pacific; and Other International. Read More The North American Full-Service segment includes luxury and premium brands located in the U.S. and Canada. The North American Limited-Service segment comprises select brands located in the U.S. and Canada. The Asia Pacific segment focuses in all brand tiers in Asia Pacific region. The company was founded by J. Wiliard Marriot and Alice Sheets Marriott in 1927 and is headquartered in Bethesda, MD.
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Yahoo FinanceMay 13
Renaissance Hotels Invites Travelers To Discover This Way With New Campaign Debuting On 8th Annual Global Day Of Discovery
From the Sidewalk Stoops of Harlem to the Cliff-Fringed Coastlines of Bali, Renaissance Hotels Will Lead Guests to Unexpected Discoveries BETHESDA, Md., May 13, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- On the heels of its reimagined global design strategy, Renaissance Hotels , part of Marriott International, today announced its continued brand evolution with a new "Discover This Way" marketing campaign that reinforces the brand's promise of delivering the unexpected. To celebrate, Renaissance Hotels will help guests uncover t...
New York TimesMay 13
Marriott Plans to Inject Color Into ‘Beige’ Sheratons. It Won’t Be Easy.
Marriott International made a down payment of sorts on a sweeping overhaul of the Sheraton brand last year, buying the Sheraton Grand Phoenix for $255 million to remake it into a prototype for the new face of the brand.
Marriott International, Wynn Resorts, Will Pay Higher Dividends to Shareholders
Text size Two well-known leisure companies—Marriott International and Wynn Resorts—unveiled dividend increases this past week. Marriott (ticker: MAR) said on Friday that it will raise its quarterly payout to 48 cents a share, up from 41 cents, for a 17% gain. The stock, which has a one-year return of minus 4%, yields 1.2%. It has gained about 21% in......
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