InterContinental widens search for New York hotel buyer
LONDON Nov 6 (Reuters) - InterContinental Hotels, the world's biggest hotelier, is opening up talks on the sale of its New York Barclay hotel to a wider group of prospective buyers, the company said on Tuesday.
The hotelier reported operating profit of $167 million in the quarter to the end of September, just ahead of consensus forecasts, and up from $153 million a year ago.
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