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Lodging Conference: A View from the C-Suite

Lodging Conference: A View from the C-Suite

Rather than focus on where the hotel industry is in the current cycle, the CEOs who spoke during the “View from the C-Suite” panel at the Lodging Conference in Phoenix this week shared the tools and metrics they rely on ...

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Hotel Execs Predict Steady Year at Lodging Conference

Hotel Execs Predict Steady Year at Lodging Conference

The lodging industry might be experiencing slower growth this year, but the general consensus at the sold-out Lodging Conference in Phoenix this week is that fundamentals will remain solid. In the words of Tom Corcoron, chairman of the board at ...

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First Day of the 2015 Lodging Conference Shows Optimism

First Day of the 2015 Lodging Conference Shows Optimism

As this year’s Lodging Conference theme suggests, the hotel industry is “Climbing High” with record demand, strong operating metrics, an abundance of capital, and high deal volume. Data firm experts and hotel executives who took the stage on day one ...

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Lodging Conference Co-Founder Morris Lasky Dies

Lodging Conference Co-Founder Morris Lasky Dies

Morris Lasky, chairperson and co-founder of The Lodging Conference in Phoenix and CEO of Lodging Unlimited, recently died of cancer in his Chicago home. He is survived by his wife, Mary Lou Lasky. Lasky worked in the hospitality for more ...

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View From the Top: Execs Weigh In on Industry Issues

View From the Top: Execs Weigh In on Industry Issues

In the View From the Top session at The Lodging Conference last week, industry executives weighed in on the broader issues facing the industry. The executives, Wyndham Hotel Group’s Geoff Ballotti, Vantage Hospitality’s Roger Bloss, AH&LA’s Katherine Lugar, Greg Marcus ...

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Grounds for Optimism: Lodging Conference 2014 Recap

Grounds for Optimism: Lodging Conference 2014 Recap

With hotels performing at near-peak levels across the country and projections showing this should continue for years, speakers at the Lodging Conference last week had a hard time containing their rational exuberance. During one of the opening sessions, Mark Woodworth, ...

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