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Hilton CEO Says Mass Vaccinations By Late Spring, Summer To Boost Group Bookings In 2022 - Conf Call
Hilton Worldwide Holdings Q4 Loss Per Share $0.80
Hilton Worldwide Says Unit Sold $1.5 Bln Of 3.625% Senior Notes
Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc. is a hospitality company. The Company is engaged in managing, franchising, owning and leasing hotels and resorts, and licensing its brands and intellectual property. The Company managed, franchised, owned or leased approximately 6,215 hotels and resorts, including timeshare properties, totaling approximately 983,465 rooms in over 118 countries and territories. The Company operates through two segments: management and franchise, and ownership. The management and franchise segment includes all of the hotels, which the Company manages for third-party owners, as well as all franchised hotels operated or managed by someone other than the Company. The management and franchise segment includes approximately 690 managed hotels and over 5,405 franchised hotels. The ownership segment includes approximately 65 properties totaling over 20,562 rooms.
Hotels & Motels
7930 Jones Branch Dr Ste 1100
MC LEAN, VA
Jonathan D. Gray
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Christopher J. Nassetta
President, Chief Executive Officer, Director
Kevin J. Jacobs
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President
Matthew W. Schuyler
Chief Human Resource Officer, Executive Vice President
Kristin Ann Campbell
Executive Vice President, General Counsel
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Hilton Worldwide plans to open nine more hotels in Egypt by 2026, adding about 1,700 rooms, its regional head told Reuters.
Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc on Wednesday posted a surprise quarterly loss as bookings took a hit from a resurgence in COVID-19 cases and renewed travel curbs, sending shares of the U.S. hotel operator down 2.3% in premarket trading.
U.S. hotel operator Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc on Wednesday reported a third straight quarterly loss as bookings fell due to coronavirus-induced travel disruptions.
Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc <HLT.N> said on Wednesday it had seen a gradual improvement in demand from a coronavirus-induced slump after cost cuts helped the U.S. hotel operator post a surprise quarterly profit.
Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc reported a quarterly loss on Wednesday, compared to a year-ago profit, as the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted global travel.
Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc <HLT.N> said on Thursday it expects its room occupancy rates to improve by 5% by early fall as economies reopen gradually, and predicted it would take at least two years for demand to rebound to pre-coronavirus levels.
Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc on Thursday swung to a quarterly loss, as the coronavirus pandemic wiped out global travel demand and hammered bookings.
Hotel chain Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc <HLT.N> said on Tuesday it would cut about 22% of its corporate workforce, or 2,100 jobs, following the coronavirus outbreak that has ravaged the global travel industry.
Hotel chain Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc said on Tuesday it would cut 2,100 corporate roles globally in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
* HILTON WORLDWIDE HOLDINGS SAYS INTENDS TO REDUCE ABOUT 2,100 CORPORATE ROLES GLOBALLY
U.S. President Donald Trump will meet with business leaders on Wednesday to discuss the economy and efforts to resume operations amid the coronavirus pandemic including executives of Toyota Motor Corp <7203.T>, Waffle House, Hilton Worldwide Holdings <HLT.N> and Wynn Resorts...
* HILTON WORLDWIDE HOLDINGS INC SAYS CEO CHRISTOPHER NASSETTA'S FY 2019 TOTAL COMPENSATION WAS $21.4 MILLION VERSUS $20.2 MILLION IN FY 2018 - SEC FILING
Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc <HLT.N> said on Thursday it expects first-quarter revenue per room to fall between 22% and 24%, and warned that the coronavirus outbreak could further erode the key performance measure for hotels this year.
* HILTON WORLDWIDE HOLDINGS INC - PRESIDENT AND CEO, CHRISTOPHER NASSETTA, WILL FORGO HIS SALARY FOR REMAINDER OF 2020
* HILTON WORLDWIDE -PROVIDED NOTICE TO LENDERS TO BORROW REMAINING AVAILABLE AMOUNT UNDER REVOLVING CREDIT FACILITY SO $1.75 BILLION IS CURRENTLY OUTSTANDING
* HILTON WORLDWIDE PLANNING TO DRAW DOWN PORTION OF $1.75 BILLION LOAN AS IT GRAPPLES WITH IMPACT OF CORONAVIRUS ON GLOBAL TRAVEL-BLOOMBERG REPORTER TWEET Source text : [ID:http://bit.ly/2wQZlv6] Further company coverage:
U.S. hotel operator Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc <HLT.N> said on Tuesday it was withdrawing its 2020 financial outlook, citing a demand slump as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
* HILTON WITHDRAWS 2020 OUTLOOK IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19 IMPACT
Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc <HLT.N> cut its full-year outlook for a key revenue measure on Wednesday, citing a slowing global economy which was weighing on spending plans of businesses, sending the U.S. hotel operator's shares down as much as 2.8%.
Hotel operator Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc reported an about 20% rise in quarterly profit on Wednesday, driven by an increase in room rates and occupancy.
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