by J. W., Jr. Marriott and Kathi Ann Brown
Hardcover, 191 pages, Atlasbooks Dist Serv, List Price: $19.99 |
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Chronicles the history of leading hospitality company Marriott International while revealing J.W. Marriott, Jr.'s thoughts on his health, the impact of 9/11 on the industry, and the 2011 appointment of a CEO from outside of the family.
April 11, 2013 The hospitality mogul transformed his family's modest business into a global empire. Even today in his 80s, Marriott shows little sign of slowing down. He speaks with Michel Martin about the lessons he learned along the way.
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