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Job Hunters Using Social Media

According to a new report from iCIMS, a provider of software-as-a-service talent acquisition solutions, approximately 3.3 million job applications were submitted using social media profiles to pre-populate online submission forms in 2015. In addition, the report found that job seekers ...

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Accor Scoops Up Rental Service Onefinestay

Approaching the increasingly complex sharing economy in a new way, AccorHotels has agreed to purchase Onefinestay, a home-sharing service, for $168 million. The company expects to invest another $72 million to extend the reaches of the service internationally. The purchase can ...

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Westin Nashville Opening Fall 2016

Westin Nashville Opening Fall 2016

CHICAGO—The doors of The Westin Nashville officially open this fall. The city’s new hotel, located at 807 Clark Place, aims to welcome visitors into the local community and connect guests to Nashville’s internationally recognized music industry. The Westin Nashville offers ...

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Viceroy L’Ermitage Beverly Hills Reveals Transformation

Viceroy L’Ermitage Beverly Hills Reveals Transformation

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.—Viceroy Hotel Group (VHG) has announced the arrival of Viceroy L’Ermitage Beverly Hills. After a ten-month transformation, the hotel has been reinvented with individuality and substance. Award-winning interior design team Smith/Firestone Associates (SFA Design) was hand-selected by VHG ...

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The Whitehall Rebrands Back to Its Roots

The Whitehall Rebrands Back to Its Roots

HOUSTON—Sotherly Hotels Inc. recently announced the rebranding of the Crowne Plaza Houston Downtown hotel to The Whitehall, returning the hotel to its historic name. On April 14, 2016, following extensive $5 million renovations, The Whitehall will become the second property ...

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San Francisco Hotel Development on the Rise

Over the past year, more than a dozen new hotel projects have been proposed in the San Francisco area, with a pipeline of now 4,000 rooms. Driven by increased tourism and strong business travel, the proposals are refreshing a city ...

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