Marriott International, Inc.

NYSE: MAR
$144.40
+$2.39 (+1.7%)
Closing price September 22, 2021
With the economy now deep in a recession on the heels of the COVID-19 shutdowns, many of the great growth stories that helped to define what America likes to do have found their business models...
Marriott International shares fell to a new 52-week low after it reported its first-quarter financial results before the opening bell on Monday.
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A data breach that started in 2014 when Starwood Hotels was still an independent company may have released 500 million guest records. Marriott, which acquired Starwood in 2016, may be on the hook for...
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Shares of publicly traded hotel companies fell following the deadly shooting in Las Vegas that left 59 people dead and about 500 injured.
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