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Hottest Trends and Destinations in Luxury Travel

Hottest Trends and Destinations in Luxury Travel

Travelers want to experience new destinations in unusual ways in an ongoing effort to make their Instagram friends jealous.

Marriott's New Strategy Could Lift the Stock -- ICYMI

Marriott's New Strategy Could Lift the Stock -- ICYMI

Marriott is making a push towards the high end of the market when consumer spend looks to be slowing. But the hotel operator has some tailwinds at its back.

Chart of the Day: Just How Big Was Marriott's Data Breach?

Chart of the Day: Just How Big Was Marriott's Data Breach?

Context and transparency are key aspects to consider at Marriott.

Activist Investor Looks to Pick Apart Marriott's Massive Portfolio

Activist Investor Looks to Pick Apart Marriott's Massive Portfolio

Does the MAR have too many brands? 'Absolutely not,' says CEO Sorenson.

Marriott Takes Aim at Millennial-Fueled Travel Trends to Fend Off Airbnb

Marriott Takes Aim at Millennial-Fueled Travel Trends to Fend Off Airbnb

Marriott is making moves to cash in on key travel trends.

The 'New' Marriott?

The 'New' Marriott?

Instead of taking an equity stake in MAR now, I have an idea.

Buyers of Marriott Stock Should Postpone Their Reservations for Now

Buyers of Marriott Stock Should Postpone Their Reservations for Now

A better buying opportunity could develop later in the second quarter.

Marriott Is Booking Gains on Monday Thanks to Aggressive Growth Plan

Marriott Is Booking Gains on Monday Thanks to Aggressive Growth Plan

Marriott is making many investors more comfortable with a new growth model that proposes aggressive expansion and sizable shareholder returns.

Activist Investor Land & Buildings Wants a Seat on Marriott's Board

Activist Investor Land & Buildings Wants a Seat on Marriott's Board

Activist investor Land & Buildings Investment Management is seeking a seat on Marriott's board, saying the hotel chain has too many brands and needs to cull some.

Retail Sales to Rebound as Delayed Tax Refunds Arrive: Bank of America

Retail Sales to Rebound as Delayed Tax Refunds Arrive: Bank of America

U.S. retail sales excluding autos slipped by 0.1% in February, Bank of America says in a report that cited the bank's own credit- and debit-card spending data. The decline was partly caused by delays in tax refunds, which hit low-income households especially hard.