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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - marriott international
The Maui Planning Commission has approved the construction of a new hotel in Wailea.
A Texas woman has been awarded more than $1 million for a fall on ice outside a Bettendorf hotel that shattered her right ankle and left her with limp.
A nationwide hotel operator is investigating a suspected data security breach that may have compromised credit card and debit card information of customers who stayed at properties in eight states last year, the company announced Monday.
A major hotel operator is investigating a reported breach of customer information.
Gay-rights groups frustrated with the slow pace of Congress and energized by the recent gains in same-sex marriage laws have turned to the private sector for help in pushing their agenda, targeting the corporations with the biggest punch — the Fortune 500s.
Republican Mitt Romney, the first Mormon presidential nominee of a major political party, sat in the Wolfeboro Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Sunday as, one by one, members of his congregation credited him for bringing the faith more into the public eye.
Major stock indexes sank Wednesday after the Federal Reserve said it was concerned about the strength of the U.S. economy.
There are limousine liberals, and now limousine Occupiers.
Notable members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
With little in the way of economic data for the first part of this past week, it comes as little surprise that corporate earnings took center stage.
Marriott International is on a building spree in the Washington area and elsewhere amid steady demand for new hotels.