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Marriott International Inc (MAR.OQ)

MAR.OQ on NASDAQ Stock Exchange Global Select Market

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21 Feb 2018
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Fri, Feb 16 2018

BRIEF-Marriott Files For Potential Mixed Shelf Offering

* MARRIOTT FILES FOR POTENTIAL MIXED SHELF OFFERING; SIZE NOT DSICLOSED - SEC FILING Source text: (http://bit.ly/2BZjwIk) Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Marriott Sees North America RevPAR Up 1-2 pct In 2018

* EXPECT NORTH AMERICA SYSTEM-WIDE REVPAR WILL INCREASE 1% TO 2% FOR FY 2018 - CONF CALL‍​

Marriott quarterly revenue rises 7.7 pct

Feb 14 Marriott International Inc reported a 7.7 percent rise in fourth-quarter revenue as more people booked its rooms at higher prices, helping the company reaffirm its 2018 forecast for a key performance metric.

BRIEF-Marriott International Reports Q4 Earnings Per Share $0.54

* MARRIOTT INTERNATIONAL REPORTS STRONG FOURTH QUARTER 2017 RESULTS

BRIEF-Marriott International Sets Quarterly Cash Dividend Of $0.33 Per Share

* SETS QUARTERLY CASH DIVIDEND OF $0.33 PER SHARE Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Marriott Unit sells Sheraton and Park Tower, Buenos Aires

* MARRIOTT-UNIT SOLD THE 740-ROOM SHERATON BUENOS AIRES HOTEL&CONVENTION CENTER,THE 180-ROOM PARK TOWER,A LUXURY COLLECTION HOTEL, BUENOS AIRES

Shanghai temporarily closes Marriott website in China after questionnaire gaffe

BEIJING Authorities in Shanghai on Thursday closed down Marriott International Inc's Chinese website for a week, punishing the world's biggest hotel chain for listing Chinese-claimed regions such as Tibet and Taiwan as separate countries in a customer questionnaire.

Shanghai temporarily closes Marriott website in China after questionnaire gaffe

BEIJING Authorities in Shanghai on Thursday closed down Marriott International Inc's Chinese website for a week, punishing the world's biggest hotel chain for listing Chinese-claimed regions such as Tibet and Taiwan as separate countries in a customer questionnaire.

UPDATE 1-Shanghai temporarily closes Marriott website in China after questionnaire gaffe

BEIJING, Jan 11 Authorities in Shanghai on Thursday closed down Marriott International Inc's Chinese website for a week, punishing the world's biggest hotel chain for listing Chinese-claimed regions such as Tibet and Taiwan as separate countries in a customer questionnaire.

Marriott International apologises for questionnaire gaffe in China

BEIJING, Jan 11 Marriott International apologized on Thursday over a questionnaire sent to customers that listed Chinese-claimed regions such as Tibet and Taiwan as separate countries, which provoked an outcry on social media and an investigation by the Shanghai government.

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