H - Hyatt Hotels Corporation

NYSE - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
71.56
-1.07 (-1.48%)
As of 10:47AM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close72.63
Open72.45
Bid71.76 x 1400
Ask71.79 x 900
Day's Range71.48 - 72.67
52 Week Range61.25 - 84.89
Volume51,222
Avg. Volume672,673
Market Cap7.967B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.09
PE Ratio (TTM)14.94
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.60 (0.84%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-09-05
1y Target EstN/A
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  • American City Business Journals19 minutes ago

    Estimated $32M in new hotels planned near Disney's Flamingo Crossings development

    Walt Disney World’s newest mixed-use development has become a hotbed for hotel rooms — raising the plan from four new properties to six. Plans filed earlier this month with Orange County show a pair of hotels totaling 321 rooms may be coming to 18 vacant acres just south of Flamingo Crossings, a master-planned Disney development with apartments, shops and hotels.  It’s unknown who will develop the two new hotels. Site plans for the new project show a new 173-room, eight-story Holiday Inn Resort and a 148-room Hyatt House split between two multistory buildings, which will share swimming pools, a patio area and other amenities.

  • Hilton Rides on Unit Expansion, Opens Upscale Hotel in Taiwan
    Zacks54 minutes ago

    Hilton Rides on Unit Expansion, Opens Upscale Hotel in Taiwan

    Hilton (HLT) marks its comeback in Taiwan by opening upscale hotel in New Taipei City as part of the company's expansion strategy and strong brand recognition.

  • Lowe, Pritzker sell Two Roads hotel management company to Hyatt
    American City Business Journals6 days ago

    Lowe, Pritzker sell Two Roads hotel management company to Hyatt

    Lowe and John Pritzker’s Geolo Capital have agreed to sell their joint venture hotel management company Two Roads Hospitality to Hyatt Hotels Corp. for up to $600 million.

  • Denver-area company's potential $600M sale to Hyatt a sign of hotel industry's new reality
    American City Business Journals6 days ago

    Denver-area company's potential $600M sale to Hyatt a sign of hotel industry's new reality

    Geolo Capital founding partner and director John Pritzker hadn’t planned to sell Two Roads Hospitality. After significant study into the offers, Geolo decided that the time was right to sell the company to Hyatt Hotels Corp. (NYSE: H) in a deal announced Monday that could net it as much as $600 million. In an interview Tuesday, Pritzker said that, given the thinning of the number of worldwide hotel operators, he thought it was important to find the right partner for Two Roads and its five hotel brands — Destination Hotels, Joie de Vivre Hotels, Thompson Hotels, tommie and Alila Hotels & Resorts — to allow them the resources to be competitive in the global marketplace.

  • American City Business Journals6 days ago

    Pair of new hotels planned near Disney's Flamingo Crossings development

    More hotel options are in the works near Walt Disney World's mixed-use Flamingo Crossings development. Plans filed with Orange County shows a pair of hotels totaling 321 rooms may be coming to 18 vacant acres just south of Flamingo Crossings, a master-planned Disney development with apartments, shops and hotels. Site plans for the new project show a new 173-room, eight-story Holiday Inn Resort and a 148-room Hyatt House that will be split between two multi-story buildings, which will share amenities such as swimming pools and patio area.

  • Hyatt snaps up well-known S.F. hotel brand as part of $600 million deal
    American City Business Journals7 days ago

    Hyatt snaps up well-known S.F. hotel brand as part of $600 million deal

    The deal includes more than 85 properties under the Joie de Vivre, Thompson Hotels, Destination Hotels, tommie, and Alila Hotels & Resorts brands.

  • Investopedia8 days ago

    Starbucks Stock Attempts to Break Out From Resistance

    Starbucks Corporation ( SBUX) shares rose more than 2% on Tuesday morning following the appointment of a new chief financial officer. Patrick Grismer, a former Hyatt Hotels Corporation ( H) and Yum! Brands, Inc. ( YUM) executive, was appointed to the position at the coffee giant on Monday, removing a key overhang on Starbucks stock. Grismer's experience in China's restaurant industry is widely seen as a positive for the company, but investors will be watching to see if he backs prior growth guidance.

  • Hyatt (H) to Acquire Two Roads Hospitality, Expands Portfolio
    Zacks8 days ago

    Hyatt (H) to Acquire Two Roads Hospitality, Expands Portfolio

    Hyatt (H) to acquire Two Roads Hospitality and expand its portfolio beyond traditional hotel stays.

  • The Wall Street Journal9 days ago

    [$$] Starbucks Hires Finance Chief From Hyatt Hotels

    Starbucks Corp. on Monday named Patrick Grismer its next chief financial officer, luring him away from the same position at Hyatt Hotels, as the coffee chain transitions from a period of rapid expansion to a more mature market position. Mr. Grismer joins the company as its sales growth moderates and investors put greater emphasis on cost control, analysts said. Mr. Maw, a seven-year employee at Starbucks, has been finance chief since February 2014.

  • The Wall Street Journal9 days ago

    [$$] Hyatt Hotels Names New Finance Chief

    Hyatt Hotels said Joan Bottarini will become its new finance chief, as its current CFO, Patrick Grismer, is leaving for Starbucks.

  • The Wall Street Journal9 days ago

    [$$] Geolo Capital to Sell Two Roads Hospitality to Hyatt Hotels

    Hyatt Hotels is buying Two Roads Hospitality for $480 million and could invest an additional $120 million in the company as part of the deal.

  • Hyatt Hotels acquires Denver-area hospitality company in potential $600M deal
    American City Business Journals9 days ago

    Hyatt Hotels acquires Denver-area hospitality company in potential $600M deal

    Two Roads Hospitality will become a part of one of the world’s largest hotel companies following the completion of a potential $600 million sale that give the 85-property hotel company far more resources to expand its brands on an international basis. Hyatt Hotels Corp. (NYSE: H) announced Monday that it’s reached an agreement to buy the Arapahoe County-based company that oversees five hotel brands — Destination Hotels, Joie de Vivre Hotels, Thompson Hotels, tommie and Alila Hotels & Resorts. The acquisition comes at a base purchase price of $480 million, with the potential for Hyatt to invest $120 million more, contingent on the outcome of certain items to be individually defined after closing, according to a news release.

  • Starbucks taps Hyatt financial chief to be its new CFO
    Reuters9 days ago

    Starbucks taps Hyatt financial chief to be its new CFO

    Grismer's appointment completes a three-month search for a new finance chief since current CFO Scott Maw announced plans to retire in June. Maw's announcement coincided with Executive Chairman and former Chief Executive Officer Howard Schultz's departure from the company, who built Starbucks into a global powerhouse over four decades.

  • Reuters9 days ago

    Starbucks taps Hyatt financial chief to be its new CFO

    Grismer's appointment completes a three-month search for a new finance chief since current CFO Scott Maw announced plans to retire in June. Maw's announcement coincided with Executive Chairman and former Chief Executive Officer Howard Schultz's departure from the company, who built Starbucks into a global powerhouse over four decades.

  • Reuters9 days ago

    Starbucks taps Hyatt financial chief to be its new CFO

    Starbucks Corp on Monday named Hyatt Hotels Corp's financial chief Patrick Grismer as its new chief financial officer, making another leadership change in the past year as it battles intense competition in a cooling U.S. coffee market. Grismer's appointment completes a three-month search for a new finance chief since current CFO Scott Maw announced plans to retire in June.

  • Starbucks hires Hyatt executive Patrick Grismer as chief financial officer
    American City Business Journals9 days ago

    Starbucks hires Hyatt executive Patrick Grismer as chief financial officer

    Grismer is the current CFO of Hyatt, a position he has held since March 2016. Grismer replaces Scott Maw, who will retire on Nov. 30.

  • CNBC9 days ago

    Starbucks taps Hyatt's Patrick Grismer as new chief financial officer

    Patrick Grismer will become Starbucks new CFO and executive vice president, effective Nov. 30. Grismer joins Starbucks from Hyatt, where he has been CFO since March 2016. Starbucks SBUX tapped Hyatt Hotels H Chief Financial Officer Patrick Grismer to replace retiring CFO Scott Maw, effective Nov. 30.

  • Starbucks Hires Hyatt CFO to Replace Retiring Finance Executive
    Bloomberg9 days ago

    Starbucks Hires Hyatt CFO to Replace Retiring Finance Executive

    (Bloomberg) -- Starbucks Corp. named a new chief financial officer, Patrick Grismer, adding more stability during the coffee chain’s first year without visionary leader Howard Schultz.

  • MarketWatch9 days ago

    Starbucks appoints Patrick Grismer CFO

    Starbucks Corp. has named Patrick Grismer chief financial officer, succeeding Scott Maw, who will retire November 30. Grismer joins Starbucks from Hyatt Hotels Corp. where he is CFO. He joined Hyatt in 2016 in that role. His career spans 25 years and also includes positions at Taco Bell-parent Yum Brands Inc. and Walt Disney Co. . Maw will stay on as a senior consultant until March 2019. Grismer will join the company on November 12. Starbucks shares are down 3% for 2018 to date while the S&P 500 index has rallied 8% for the period.

  • Hyatt Hotels settles with striking Chicago workers
    American City Business Journals13 days ago

    Hyatt Hotels settles with striking Chicago workers

    Chicago-based Hyatt Hotels said late today it has settled a strike with the chain’s Chicago-based hotel workers. As the strike wore on with noisy picketers placed in front of hotels hit by the strike, spokespeople for Unite Here, which represents the workers, said the strike would end only when workers had gotten the principal healthcare benefit they were seeking.

  • Nearly 2,500 San Francisco hotel workers strike amid crumbling contract negotiations
    American City Business Journals13 days ago

    Nearly 2,500 San Francisco hotel workers strike amid crumbling contract negotiations

    Nearly 2,500 hotel workers hit the picket line in downtown San Francisco as negotiations for higher wages and improved working conditions crumbled. Following months of negotiations and more than three weeks since authorizing a strike, workers from seven Marriott (NASDAQ: MAR) properties walked out during one of the city's peak tourism seasons. Local 2 — the San Francisco and San Mateo counties' chapter of the Unite Here hospitality workers union — said this is the largest hotel workers' strike in the city in decades.

  • Associated Press15 days ago

    Hundreds remain on strike at 10 downtown Chicago hotels

    CHICAGO (AP) — Hundreds of workers remain on strike at 10 downtown Chicago hotels, while workers have reached new contract deals at more than a dozen other hotels.

  • Choice Hotels' Strategic Efforts to Boost Long-Term Growth
    Zacks15 days ago

    Choice Hotels' Strategic Efforts to Boost Long-Term Growth

    Choice Hotels (CHH) relies heavily on expansion in both domestic and international markets.

  • Reuters15 days ago

    Radisson joins rivals with hotel expansion in Africa

    Radisson Hospitality will invest in ten new hotels across Africa, the company said on Tuesday, the latest hotel group eyeing expansion on an underdeveloped continent. Global hotel chains, including Marriott International and Hyatt Hotels, have been increasing their investments in Africa, which has some of the world's fastest growing economies and a rising middle class. "We are thrilled to be announcing 10 new hotel deals in just nine months, which equates to a new signing every month," said Andrew McLachlan, senior vice president for development in sub-Saharan Africa at Radisson.