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Hilton Reports Data Breach

Yesterday, Hilton Worldwide announced that its systems had been breached regarding customers’ credit and debit card payments. The company has since launched a global investigation into the matter. It is unclear how many properties were impacted, but the company suggests ...

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Global Capital Confidence Barometer Shows Improving Economy

In Ernst & Young’s 2015 Global Capital Confidence Barometer issued in October, a number of key findings were highlighted–and many responses from real estate, construction, and hospitality executives display enthusiasm for a bustling economy. In the study, 80 percent of ...

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Olympia Companies to Manage The Inn at Swarthmore

Olympia Companies to Manage The Inn at Swarthmore

PORTLAND, Maine—The Olympia Companies will manage The Inn at Swarthmore, a state-of-the-art hotel that is currently being built by Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania, just 11 miles outside of Philadelphia. “We are delighted to have Olympia on board as our partner ...

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Hotel Equities to Manage Hampton Inn Panama City

Hotel Equities to Manage Hampton Inn Panama City

ATLANTA, Ga.—Atlanta-based Hotel Equities announced its selection as the management company for the Hampton Inn by Hilton in Panama City, Fla. The hotel is situated in the heart of the business district. With this addition in Panama City, Hotel Equities ...

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Fitch Ratings on Industry’s ‘Capital Conundrum’

Fitch Ratings on Industry’s ‘Capital Conundrum’

Corporates, or strategic buyers, may participate in more merger and acquisition (M&A) transactions in the U.S. lodging industry if the capital conundrum for private equity (PE) firms persists, Fitch Ratings says. Lower investor demand for high yield bonds and loans ...

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Business Travel Forecast Predicts Modest Price Gains in 2016

Business Travel Forecast Predicts Modest Price Gains in 2016

NEW YORK, N.Y.—The American Express Global Business Travel Forecast 2016, predicts ahotel prices will see modest gains in 2016, as a slowly-improving global economy and stronger demand outpace increases in supply. Global hotel performance is also expected to improve moderately ...

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