MAR - Marriott International, Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
133.02
-0.11 (-0.08%)
As of 11:46AM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close133.13
Open131.02
Bid132.68 x 800
Ask132.70 x 800
Day's Range131.02 - 133.02
52 Week Range96.90 - 149.21
Volume425,313
Avg. Volume1,933,479
Market Cap47.003B
Beta1.28
PE Ratio (TTM)35.54
EPS (TTM)3.74
Earnings DateAug 6, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield1.64 (1.26%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-05-17
1y Target Est149.57
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  • Fortune23 hours ago

    Marriott Will Eliminate Plastic Drinking Straws at all its Properties in 2019

    The hotel chain is the latest business to ditch plastic straws.

  • Marriott hotels to eliminate plastic straws by July 2019
    Reutersyesterday

    Marriott hotels to eliminate plastic straws by July 2019

    The Maryland-based company, which said it could eliminate 1 billion straws and a quarter of a billion stirrers a year, said it would provide alternatives, for example paper straws, to customers upon request. “Removing plastic straws is one of the simplest ways our guests can contribute to plastic reduction when staying with us – something they are increasingly concerned about and are already doing in their own homes,” Arne Sorenson, president and CEO of Marriott International, said in a statement. Although plastic straws represent a relatively small portion of all plastic waste, they are difficult to recycle and often end up in landfills where they decompose at a much slower rate than paper alternatives.

  • Christmas Comes Early as Gaylord Hotels' Holiday Lineup Is Announced
    PR Newswireyesterday

    Christmas Comes Early as Gaylord Hotels' Holiday Lineup Is Announced

    Over-the-Top Holiday Décor and Entertainment at Brand's Four Massive Resorts Attract Millions NASHVILLE, Tenn. , July 18, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- While record-setting summer temperatures are being set across ...

  • Reutersyesterday

    Marriott hotels to eliminate plastic straws by July 2019

    Marriott International Inc, the world’s largest hotel chain, plans to remove disposable plastic straws and stirrers from its 6,500 hotels and resorts worldwide by July 2019, the company said on Wednesday. The Maryland-based company, which said it could eliminate 1 billion straws and a quarter of a billion stirrers a year, said it would provide alternatives, for example paper straws, to customers upon request. “Removing plastic straws is one of the simplest ways our guests can contribute to plastic reduction when staying with us – something they are increasingly concerned about and are already doing in their own homes,” Arne Sorenson, president and CEO of Marriott International, said in a statement.

  • HGV vs. MAR: Which Stock Should Value Investors Buy Now?
    Zacksyesterday

    HGV vs. MAR: Which Stock Should Value Investors Buy Now?

    HGV vs. MAR: Which Stock Is the Better Value Option?

  • MarketWatchyesterday

    Marriott International joins list of companies eliminating plastic straws

    Marriott International Inc. (mar) said Wednesday that it will remove plastic straws and stirrers at more than 6,500 properties around the world. The hotel chain joins a list of companies that includes Hyatt Hotels Corp. (h) Starbucks Corp. (sbux) and McDonald's Corp. (mcd) that have also unveiled plans to eliminate plastic straws. Marriott says the move would end the use of one billion plastic straws and a quarter billion plastic stirrers each year.

  • Marriott International To Remove Plastic Straws Worldwide By July 2019
    PR Newswireyesterday

    Marriott International To Remove Plastic Straws Worldwide By July 2019

    BETHESDA, Md., July 18, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Marriott International (MAR) today announced that it has adopted a plan to remove disposable plastic straws and plastic stirrers from its more than 6,500 properties across 30 brands around the world. Once fully implemented in one year, the company could eliminate the use of more than 1 billion plastic straws per year and about a quarter billion stirrers. A single plastic straw – which might be used for about 15 minutes – will never fully decompose.

  • Marriott hotels eliminating plastic straws by 2019
    Associated Pressyesterday

    Marriott hotels eliminating plastic straws by 2019

    DETROIT (AP) — Marriott International plans to remove plastic straws and drink stirrers from all of its 6,500 hotels and resorts worldwide by next year.

  • Moody's3 days ago

    Wells Fargo Commercial Mortgage Trust 2017-C38 -- Moody's Affirms Eight Classes of WFCM 2017-C38

    Moody's Investors Service, ("Moody's") has affirmed the ratings eight classes classes in Wells Fargo Commercial Mortgage Trust 2017-C38, Commercial Mortgage Pass-Through Certificates, Series ...

  • See what the IHS Markit Score report has to say about Marriott International Inc.
    Markit5 days ago

    See what the IHS Markit Score report has to say about Marriott International Inc.

    This could indicate that investors who seek to profit from falling equity prices are not currently targeting MAR. Over the last one-month, outflows of investor capital in ETFs holding MAR totaled $460 million.

  • All the things consumers can do with facial recognition in China
    Yahoo Finance7 days ago

    All the things consumers can do with facial recognition in China

    China has been ramping up its use of facial technology. Here's how it's getting into people's lives.

  • Chicago-based travel software Journera raises $9 million
    American City Business Journals7 days ago

    Chicago-based travel software Journera raises $9 million

    Journera is a travel platform that creates more seamless travel journeys by uniting airlines, hotels and rental car companies on one site, according to the company.

  • The Wall Street Journal8 days ago

    [$$] Changes to Starwood’s Popular Rewards Card Vex Travelers

    As hoteliers Marriott and Starwood prepare to combine their loyalty programs next month, changes to Starwood’s widely used credit card are sparking anger among travelers. Beginning in August, users of the Starwood Preferred Guest American Express card will earn one-third fewer reward points for most every dollar they spend. The changes, which come as Marriott merges Starwood’s rewards program into its own after acquiring Starwood in 2016, could reduce loyalty rewards for heavy users by thousands of dollars annually.

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    Yahoo Finance8 days ago

    Stocks down, tension mounts over trade

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  • Presidio Cos. planning Hilton hotel in West Sacramento
    American City Business Journals8 days ago

    Presidio Cos. planning Hilton hotel in West Sacramento

    The Davis-based hotel developer is proposing a 115-room Home2 Suites by Hilton, which would likely be the most upscale hotel in West Sacramento.

  • Hilton Launches Bernic, Expands Tapestry Brand in New York
    Zacks8 days ago

    Hilton Launches Bernic, Expands Tapestry Brand in New York

    In a bid to expand its brand presence, Hilton (HLT) launches Bernic, the first Tapestry Collection property in New York City.

  • Check-in with a smile: Marriott, Alibaba trial facial recognition at China hotels
    Reuters8 days ago

    Check-in with a smile: Marriott, Alibaba trial facial recognition at China hotels

    HONG KONG/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Chinese guests at Marriott International, the world's largest hotel chain, may soon be able to check in with a quick scan of their facial features. The chain will work in a joint venture with Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group to test facial recognition check-ins at two China hotels this month, the firms said on Wednesday, with ambitions for a global rollout later. China is spearheading the use of facial recognition for everything from helping control major live events to ordering fast-food, but also bolstering a growing domestic surveillance system that has raised fears among human rights activists of privacy being invaded.

  • Check-in with a smile: Marriott, Alibaba trial facial recognition at China hotels
    Reuters8 days ago

    Check-in with a smile: Marriott, Alibaba trial facial recognition at China hotels

    HONG KONG/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Chinese guests at Marriott International, the world's largest hotel chain, may soon be able to check in with a quick scan of their facial features. The chain will work in a joint venture with Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group to test facial recognition check-ins at two China hotels this month, the firms said on Wednesday, with ambitions for a global rollout later. China is spearheading the use of facial recognition for everything from helping control major live events to ordering fast-food, but also bolstering a growing domestic surveillance system that has raised fears among human rights activists of privacy being invaded.

  • Developer acquires land where uptown hotel is planned
    American City Business Journals9 days ago

    Developer acquires land where uptown hotel is planned

    An entity affiliated with BPR Properties acquired three tracts of land totaling about 0.4 acre for $2.5 million at the corner of South Brevard and East Fourth streets, directly across from the Charlotte Transportation Center. A 19-story Moxy hotel is pegged for the site.

  • Business Wire9 days ago

    UNITE HERE Report: Marriott and Host Emerge as Prime Focus of Contentious Union Contract Negotiations in 10 Cities

    Hospitality union UNITE HERE released a report today on the unprecedented number of simultaneous union contract renegotiations occurring at leading hospitality companies in 2018, and the potential impact of those negotiations on two leading companies in particular: Marriott International and Host Hotels and Resorts .

  • Reuters9 days ago

    Marriott says to no longer manage three Dubai hotels

    Marriott International said on Tuesday it would no longer manage or be associated with three hotels in Dubai after reaching a mutual decision with their owner Al Habtoor Group. Marriott will end its management and association of the St. Regis Dubai, W Dubai Habtoor City and The Westin Dubai Al Habtoor City on July 31, the company said in a statement. Management of the three hotels, which will no longer be part of the St. Regis, W Hotels and Westin Hotels global brand portfolio, will be transferred to Al Habtoor Group, it said.

  • PR Newswire9 days ago

    Women Leadership: Marriott International Appoints Two Filipinas as General Managers to Take the Lead of Two New Hotels

    MANILA, Philippines, July 10, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Marriott International (MAR) has a long-standing history of valuing diversity and inclusion in its organization. As the first hospitality company making these key values central to its growth as a business, the Women Leadership Development Initiative, first introduced in 1999, has paved the way to encourage more women to assume leadership roles within the company and achieve their career aspirations. In the Philippines, the global hospitality brand has named two Filipinas as their newest General Managers to head two of its latest additions.

  • Check out all the hotels under construction in San Francisco
    American City Business Journals10 days ago

    Check out all the hotels under construction in San Francisco

    Some of the largest names in the hospitality industry are collectively delivering more than 1,600 rooms to San Francisco's hotel supply.

  • The Wall Street Journal13 days ago

    [$$] Starwood Capital to Sell Swedish Portfolio to Hemfosa

    The firm said it agreed to sell a portfolio of 51 properties in Sweden to real-estate company Hemfosa Fastigheter AB in a transaction valued at about 3.6 billion Swedish kronor ($412.5 million).

  • Lack of Tampa Bay hotel supply means new buyers, development opportunities
    American City Business Journals13 days ago

    Lack of Tampa Bay hotel supply means new buyers, development opportunities

    With so few hotels being built in the Tampa Bay region, properties instead are changing hands or undergoing renovations.