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Signs of Recession in the Air

In the Financial Times, Larry Summers asks the question on everyone’s mind: “How much should forecasters and policymakers look to speculative markets as indicators of future prospects? And how alarmed should they be about the prospect of a global slowdown?” While ...

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DoubleTree Debuts North Charleston Convention Center

DoubleTree Debuts North Charleston Convention Center

NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. and MCLEAN, Va.—DoubleTree by Hilton, one of Hilton Worldwide’s 12 market-leading brands, has debuted DoubleTree by Hilton North Charleston ­Convention Center, a 142-room hotel located across the street from the North Charleston Convention Center, two miles from ...

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Auction.com Rebrands as Ten-X

Auction.com Rebrands as Ten-X

IRVINE AND SILICON VALLEY, Calif.—Auction.com announced today that it has rebranded as Ten-X, marking the company’s transition into an online marketplace where buyers, sellers, and the agents and brokers who represent them can easily and efficiently buy and sell high ...

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Marriott Hotels Opens Brand’s Largest Hotel in Europe

Marriott Hotels Opens Brand’s Largest Hotel in Europe

Marriott Hotels welcomed Madrid Marriott Auditorium Hotel & Conference Center to its portfolio in November 2015. Conveniently located for Madrid-Barajas Airport, the hotel is the third Marriott Hotel in Spain and is the flagship brand’s largest hotel in Europe. Formerly ...

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FITCH: U.S. Lodging Cycle Entering the ‘Twilight Zone’

FITCH: U.S. Lodging Cycle Entering the ‘Twilight Zone’

Sixty-four months into this recovery as of December 2015, the U.S. lodging cycle entered a twilight zone—an intermediate, unsettled, and often confounding area that straddles the end of expansion and the beginning of contraction. Here, healthy economic trends and hospitality ...

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