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Could the Economy Tank in 2016?

Last month, the Federal Reserve raised short-term interest rates for the first time in nearly a decade as the unemployment rate continues to decline. While the move demonstrated a vote of confidence in the U.S. economy, Americans are still feeling ...

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Startup Investing Offers More Than Dumb Money

Startup Investing Offers More Than Dumb Money

As managing director of Thayer Ventures, a venture capital firm focused on hospitality technology and backed by one of the Thayer Lodging Group funds, Chris Hemmeter has seen hundreds of startups come and go. He’s laser-focused on staying ahead of ...

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Deal Roundup: The Latest Sales and Acquisitions

Deal Roundup: The Latest Sales and Acquisitions

Earlier this month, AccorHotels reached a deal with the Qatar Investment Authority, Kingdom Holding Company of Saudi Arabia, and Oxford Properties, an Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System company, to buy FRHI Holdings, parent company of the Fairmont, Raffles, and Swissôtel ...

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Dollars and Sense: Upcoming Finance, Real Estate Trends

Dollars and Sense: Upcoming Finance, Real Estate Trends

Hotel brands compete with one another to add new product as fast as possible, but their ultimate success relies on smart growth. That’s why hotel companies consider the sophistication and the capital structure of the real estate owner before striking ...

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Fitch: 2016 Global Hotel Outlook Stable

Fitch: 2016 Global Hotel Outlook Stable

NEW YORK—The 2016 outlook for the global hotel industry is stable as favorable travel trends and stable financial policies should allow most issuers to operate within Fitch’s rating sensitivities, according to Fitch Ratings. Fitch expects global RevPAR growth will modestly ...

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