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Checking In With Paul Wischermann

Checking In With Paul Wischermann

Wischermann Partners has maintained its vision of creating and maintaining excellent standards in some of the country’s most innovative properties for the past 15 years. Paul Wischermann, CEO, explains how the company has grown since it launched. Congrats on your ...

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Checking In With Bob Habeeb of FHG

Checking In With Bob Habeeb of FHG

As president and CEO of First Hospitality Group (FHG), Bob Habeeb is charged with growing and cultivating the Rosemont, Ill.-based company’s reputation as one of the nation’s top hotel developers and operators. In his recent discussion with LODGING, he describes ...

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Checking In with Tom Baltimore

Checking In with Tom Baltimore

On Jan. 4, Hilton’s new REIT, Park Hotels & Resorts, officially started trading. As the second largest lodging REIT ever at launch—boasting 67 hotels and 35,000 rooms—Hilton had to ensure that it was in good hands right from the very ...

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Checking In With John Vanderslice of Hilton

Checking In With John Vanderslice of Hilton

John Vanderslice, the global head of luxury and lifestyle for Hilton, guides the company’s decision making in both the luxury and lifestyle spaces. And under Vanderslice’s leadership, Hilton’s lifestyle and luxury brands have broken into international markets like Iceland, the ...

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Checking In with Mike Muir

Checking In with Mike Muir

Mike Muir grew up spending his summers at the Jersey Shore, where he watched as his father managed the pool and beach at an Atlantic City hotel. Early exposure to the industry led to Muir catching the hospitality bug. When ...

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Checking In with Minaz Abji of Host Hotels

Checking In with Minaz Abji of Host Hotels

Minaz Abji, EVP of asset management for Host Hotels & Resorts, has seen a lot in his 42 years in the hospitality industry—his first official job out of college, before the time of computers, entailed posting charges on the NCR ...

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