Browsing SHA Articles and Chapters by Subject "9/11"
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(2002-02-01)Hotel managers’ actions after 9–11 included modifying marketing activities, reducing employees’ hours, and either postponing capital improvements (for lack of cash flow) or accelerating planned upgrades while business is slow.
(2002-10-01)[Excerpt] Not all hotels participated equally in the recent industry plunge—brought on by both recession and terrorism—and not all are recovering at the same rate. By almost any measure the U.S. lodging industry as a whole ...
(2002-10-01)[Excerpt] U.S. hotels have a reasonably solid panoply of safety and security equipment—but there also are surprising gaps. Among the many outcomes of the terrible events of September 11, 2001, is a renewed interest in the ...
(2008-01-01)This study analyzes how three groups of market participants—insiders, analysts, and all other investors—revised their expectations on New York Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) in response to the catastrophic events ...