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Topic - Arne Sorenson
"I think generally people have the view that if it's balanced, if there are revenue increases, that's fine but don't only talk about revenue increases," he added.
Marriott CEO Arne Sorenson, who donated to Mitt Romney during the presidential election, said the president and his team were "resoundingly reasonable" in making their pitch for support for their plan to avert the "fiscal cliff" of spending cuts and tax increases scheduled for the start of the New Year.