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On the Move: This Week’s Comings and Goings

On the Move: This Week’s Comings and Goings

Hilton has named Jonathan Witter as chief customer officer. In this new role, Witter will oversee the global brands, marketing, loyalty & partnerships, IT, and strategy teams. Witter comes from Capital One Financial Corporation, where he worked as president of ...

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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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On the Move: This Week’s Comings and Goings

On the Move: This Week’s Comings and Goings

Provenance Hotels has promoted Leslie Lew to vice president of revenue strategy for the company’s portfolio of independent hotels in Portland, Ore., Seattle and Tacoma Wash., Nashville, Tenn., and New Orleans, La. Here’s a look at other notable comings and ...

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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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On the Move: This Week’s Comings and Goings

On the Move: This Week’s Comings and Goings

Charles Oswald has been named president and CEO of HP Hotels. He was formerly president and COO. He joined the company in 2012 and has more than 25 years of industry experience. Here’s a look at other notable comings and ...

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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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