Posts filtered by tags: Marriott[x]


 

Marriott’s Updated Statement on Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

We are closely monitoring the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and World Health Organization's statements regarding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) cases and following guidelines from these agencies and the local health departments.
Tags: Travel, Marriott


CURATE PRESENTS: How to Be a Hospitality Marketing Leader During COVID-19

Continuing our series of interviews with HSMAI Lifetime Achievement honorees — with a coronavirus-inspired focus on "Leadership in Changing Times," the planned theme of our now-canceled Spring Curate 2020 event — we recently talked to Leland Pillsbury, recipient of HSMAI's Albert E. Koehl Award for Lifetime Achievement in Hospitality Marketing. Today a managing director with Thayer Ventures and a board member for companies such as ADARA, which provides travel intelligence solutions, Pills...
Tags: Travel, Marriott, Pillsbury, Leland Pillsbury, Thayer Ventures, ADARA, Albert E Koehl


Marriott in strong position to tackle COVID-19, says GlobalData

As even the largest players are forced to contend with unprecedented levels of disruption thanks to COVID-19, Marriott has announced mitigation plans that outline a number of strong measures to minimize the impact of coronavirus. This swift, decisive action should stand the company in good stead, says GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.
Tags: Travel, Marriott, GlobalData


What You Need To Know About Marriott's Recent Data Breach

On Tuesday, March 31st, Marriott International announced that there may have been a data breach that compromised the information of over 5.2 million guests. This is the second time in the past two years that the hotel group has experienced such a massive breach. Read more...
Tags: Data Breach, Marriott, Lifehacks, Data Security, Marriott International


Access Point Financial Secures $9.2 Million Loan for Delta by Marriott, Green Bay

GREEN BAY, WIS. - April 3, 2020 - Access Point Financial, LLC (APF), a leading direct lender and specialty finance company focused exclusively on the hospitality industry, today announced the completion of an agreement with Lodging Opportunity Fund REIT (LOF REIT) to refinance the Delta by Marriott in Green Bay, WI.
Tags: Travel, Delta, Marriott, Marriott Green Bay


Some Mom-And-Pop Shops Might Get Squeezed Out Of Relief Loan Program

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — As the federal government prepares to launch a $349 billion loan program meant to help small businesses survive the coronavirus pandemic, critics have growing concerns that some mom-and-pop shops might get squeezed out. The Paycheck Protection Program — part of the $2 trillion relief package signed into law last week — was billed as a way to help local businesses that often form the fabric of communities retain workers and pay bills. But an expansive definition of “smal...
Tags: News, Congress, Ap, Marriott, Treasury, Burger King, Flynn, George Mason University, Small Business Administration, U S, Applebee, SBA, IOWA CITY Iowa, Friel, Feldman, Greg Flynn


Marriott discloses data breach possibly affecting over 5 million customers

Marriott International was the target of another hack, but this wasn't as massive as the previous one.
Tags: Cnn, Marriott, Marriott International


5.2 million guests records stolen in another breach at Marriott International

Hotel chain Marriott International was hit by a second data breach in three years — this time involving the personal information of 5.2 million guests. Marriott said it discovered the breach of an unspecified property system at franchise hotel at the end of February. The hackers had obtained the login details of two employees, and had broken into […] ...
Tags: Travel, News, Privacy, Hotels, Data Breach, Marriott, Personal Data, Marriott International


Ah, Looks Like It's Already That Time of Year When Marriott Gets Hacked Again

It’s been a bad month for hotel chain Marriott International. Last week, it furloughed tens of thousands of workers as travel plummeted in the wake of the covid-19 pandemic, and its stock price has plummeted over 50 percent from the start of the year. On Tuesday, it also disclosed that it was hacked, again, with the…Read more...
Tags: Science, Technology, Crime, Privacy, Cybersecurity, Hacking, Marriott, Hackers, Marriott Hotels, Marriott International Last


Marriott Discloses New Data Breach Impacting 5.2 Million Guests

An anonymous reader quotes a report from CNET: Marriott International said Tuesday that names, mailing addresses, loyalty account numbers and other personal information of an estimated 5.2 million guests may've been exposed in a data breach. This is the second major security incident to hit the hotel group in less than two years. Marriott said it spotted that an "unexpected amount" of guest information may've been accessed at the end of February using the login credentials of two employees at a ...
Tags: Tech, Marriott, Starwood, Cnet, Marriott International, Marriott Discloses New Data Breach Impacting


Marriott says 5.2 million guest records were stolen in another data breach

Marriott has confirmed a second data breach in three years — this time involving the personal information on 5.2 million guests. The hotel giant said Tuesday it discovered the breach of an unspecified property system at a franchise hotel in late February. The hackers obtained the login details of two employees, a hotel statement said, which broke in weeks earlier during mid-January. Marriott said it has “no reason” to believe payment data was stolen, but warned that names, addresses, phone numbe...
Tags: UK, Tech, Marriott, Starwood


Marriott: New data breach affects 5.2 million guests

By Dee-Ann Durbin, The Associated Press Marriott says guests’ names, loyalty account information and other personal details may have been accessed in the second major data breach to hit the company in less than two years. Marriott said Tuesday approximately 5.2 million guests worldwide may have been affected. The information taken may have included names, addresses, phone numbers, birthdays, loyalty information for linked companies like airlines and room preferences. Marriott said it’s still inv...
Tags: Sport, Fbi, Soccer, Marriott, Starwood, Bethesda Maryland, DEE ANN DURBIN, Chinese Ministry of State Security, Associated Press Marriott, CIA Marriott


Marriott Now Offering 30 Elite Night Credits If You Have A Marriott Consumer And Business Credit Card!

Marriott has limited the number of elite night credits earned from having their credit cards to 15/year, but effective today you can get 30 elite night credits per year if you have both a Marriott consumer and Marriott business credit card! The updated night total be found here: If you click on details you can […]
Tags: Deals, Credit Cards, Marriott, Amex, Hotel Deals, Elite Status


Marriott says at least 5.2 million guests' personal information was likely breached — the company's second major security incident in 2 years (MAR)

5.2 million Marriott guests' information wasn't secured properly for more than a month in 2020, the hotel chain said Tuesday, and was possibly accessed by unauthorized persons. The data that was possibly accessed an outside party includes contact info and loyalty account numbers, but not sensitive details like passport information or credit card numbers.  Marriott and other large hotel chains have been left reeling by the coronavirus pandemic, which has forced mass layoffs and executive pay cu...
Tags: Trends, Marriott, Arne Sorenson, American Hotel Lodging Association, Marriott International, Sherwood, Chip Rogers, Stephanie Linnartz Marriott


Marriott International Notifies Guests of Property System Incident

Marriott International announced that it is notifying some of its guests today of an incident involving a property system. The notice explains what occurred, the information involved, the measures taken by Marriott to investigate and address the issue, how Marriott is assisting guests, and steps guests can consider taking.
Tags: Travel, Marriott, Marriott International


Marriott Suffers Second Breach Exposing Data of 5.2 Million Hotel Guests

International hotel chain Marriott today disclosed a data breach impacting nearly 5.2 million hotel guests, making it the second security incident to hit the company in recent years. "At the end of February 2020, we identified that an unexpected amount of guest information may have been accessed using the login credentials of two employees at a franchise property," Marriott said in a [Author: [email protected] (Ravie Lakshmanan)]
Tags: Privacy, Tech, Cyber Security, Data Breach, Marriott, Cyber Attack, Database Security, Marriott International, Hotel Reservations, Ravie Lakshmanan


Marriott says new data breach affects 5.2 million guests

Marriott says guests’ names, loyalty account information and other personal details may have been accessed in the second major data breach to hit the company in less than two years. Marriott said Tuesday approximately 5.2 million guests worldwide may have been affected. Marriott said it’s still investigating but it doesn’t believe credit card information, passport numbers or driver’s license information was accessed.
Tags: News, Marriott


Marriott data breach: What to know and how to protect your data

It's the second major breach to hit the hotel chain in less than two years
Tags: News, Trends, Data Breach, Marriott, Marriott Hotels


Marriott Reveals Another Data Breach

Back in 2018 Marriott announced a massive data breach. They were very careful to lay the blame on Starwood, though they had already fully merged with them at that point. They even revived the SPG website for guests to get more info on the breach. Today Marriott announced another data breach, but they can no longer […]
Tags: Deals, Marriott, Starwood, Bonvoyed


Marriott’s Updated Statement on Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

We are closely monitoring the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and World Health Organization’s statements regarding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) cases and following guidelines from these agencies and the local health departments.
Tags: Travel, Marriott


Udacity To Provide Free Scholarships To Workers Laid Off As A Result Of Covid-19, Starting With Marriott & GE Aviation - Yahoo Finance UK

Udacity To Provide Free Scholarships To Workers Laid Off As A Result Of Covid-19, Starting With Marriott & GE Aviation   Yahoo Finance UK
Tags: Seo, Marriott, GE Aviation Yahoo Finance UK, Marriott GE Aviation Yahoo Finance


Udacity To Provide Free Scholarships To Workers Laid Off As A Result Of Covid-19, Starting With Marriott & GE Aviation - WFMZ Allentown

Udacity To Provide Free Scholarships To Workers Laid Off As A Result Of Covid-19, Starting With Marriott & GE Aviation   WFMZ Allentown
Tags: Ge, Seo, Marriott, Allentown, Marriott GE


The coronavirus is upending advertising. Top marketers at Toyota, Burger King, and Hippo reveal how they're changing their ad strategies to keep up.

As the coronavirus spreads across the world, chief marketing officers are scrambling to pull and rework their ad campaigns. CMOs are fearful that consumers will punish them if they appear tone deaf in a time of social distancing and economic uncertainty. The exercise can mean combing through tons of creative and even scrapping ads, even if it means eating the cost. Click here for more BI Prime stories. Toyota was going full speed ahead with a March sales campaign featuring TV ads touting exte...
Tags: Google, UK, America, Trends, CMO, Diamond, Marriott, Toyota, Burger King, Kfc, Mindy Grossman, Arne Sorenson, Anheuser Busch, Gupta, Toyota North America, Fernando Machado


Here's what you need to know about the $1.8 trillion coronavirus bailout everyone keeps talking about

The federal government is set to give a bailout to industries hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic, from airlines to tourism. A bailout is not strictly free money from the government, and could come in the form of loans or grants with limitations. Here's what a bailout is, what could be included in the one to address the coronavirus fallout, and a look at past bailouts in the US. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. What a bailout is — and isn't A government-funded bailout...
Tags: Senate, Politico, US, Trends, Mit, UPS, Delta, Hilton, Marriott, Fedex, Freddie Mac, American Hotel Lodging Association, Sen Elizabeth Warren, Fannie Mae, Airlines for America, Sloan School of Management


Marriott’s Crisis Response Defines Brand Leadership

It was John F. Kennedy who said; “Change is the law of life. And those that look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future.” With an uncertain future at our doorstep, markets and people are anxious for someone to demonstrate decisive leadership, grounded in reality. Enter Marriott CEO Arne Sorenson. In an emotional video to employees, he said the current financial situation was worse than the worst ever quarter for the company, which saw about a 25 percent fall in revenue. “I...
Tags: China, Marriott, John F Kennedy, Branding, Sorenson, Arne Sorenson, Los Angeles California, Blake Project, Derrick Daye, Brand Leadership, Bill Marriott Jr


Marriott announces CEO Arne Sorenson's salary will be suspended for the rest of the year and senior executives' salaries will be reduced by 50% as the coronavirus ravages the hospitality industry

In a conference call with investors on March 19, Marriott's Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Leeny Oberg announced that the company will suspend the salaries of President and CEO Arne Sorenson and Executive Chairman Bill Marriott for the balance of 2020 to offset revenue losses due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Tags: Travel, Marriott, Arne Sorenson, Bill Marriott, Leeny Oberg


Stephanie Ruhl on the Train About to Slam Us All

The train is already starting to small things locally, with jobs and income being lose across the area.And it's not all small employers taking the hit either.Last night, Marriott announced it was going to being furloughing tens of thousands of employees, including many thousands at its corporate headquarters in Bethesda. The Daily Beast describes hotels as "coronavirus ghost towns" and the industry is looking for a $150 billion bailout, with the head of the American Hotel and Lodging Associati...
Tags: Pets, Marriott, Bethesda, American Hotel and Lodging Association, PBurns, Terrierman, Stephanie Ruhl


Marriott furloughs hit the corporate level

Marriott now intends to furlough about two-thirds of its 4,000 corporate employees at its headquarters in Bethesda, Md., as well as two-thirds of its corporate staff abroad (expected to last 60 to 90 days). During the initial period, furloughed U.S. corporate employees will receive 20% of their salary, which can be put toward health care and other costs, while corporate staff who stay on are subject to 20% pay cuts and reduced workweeks. It comes on top of Marriott's decision to begin fur...
Tags: Travel, Marriott, Bethesda Md


Disney hotel coronavirus closures could cost company $140 million worldwide

The closure of Disney theme parks around the world due to the coronavirus outbreak could cost the media giant at least $140 million in lost hotel bookings and related revenues, according to the company’s annual report. The unprecedented shuttering of Disney’s 12 theme parks around the globe amid the COVID-19 pandemic has left nearly all of the 37,000-plus rooms empty in the 37 hotels at the company’s resorts in the U.S., France, Japan and China. Data analysis based on Disney’s 2019 annual report...
Tags: Asia, Hong Kong, Japan, Florida, France, China, Disney, Sport, Soccer, Paris, Shanghai, Hilton, Marriott, Disneyland, Walt Disney World, Disneyland Paris


Marriott Vacations Worldwide Updates 2020 Outlook Due to COVID-19

Marriott Vacations Worldwide (NYSE: VAC) today announced it is withdrawing its full-year 2020 outlook due to the impact on travel demand as a result of COVID-19.
Tags: Travel, Marriott, Marriott Vacations Worldwide NYSE