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September 22, 2004 | From Associated Press
Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc., operator of the Sheraton, Westin and W Hotels brands, has named former Coca-Cola Co. President Steven J. Heyer as chief executive to succeed company founder Barry S. Sternlicht, effective Oct. 1. The firm said Sternlicht would assume the position of executive chairman, reducing his day-to-day role to focus on long-term strategies for the firm as well as capital investment and real estate matters. Shares of Starwood rose $1.69 to $46.26 on the NYSE.
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September 22, 2004 | From Associated Press
Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc., operator of the Sheraton, Westin and W Hotels brands, has named former Coca-Cola Co. President Steven J. Heyer as chief executive to succeed company founder Barry S. Sternlicht, effective Oct. 1. The firm said Sternlicht would assume the position of executive chairman, reducing his day-to-day role to focus on long-term strategies for the firm as well as capital investment and real estate matters. Shares of Starwood rose $1.69 to $46.26 on the NYSE.
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BUSINESS
October 1, 1996
In his first appointment as chairman, president and chief executive of Turner Broadcasting System, Terence F. McGuirk on Monday promoted Steven J. Heyer as his second in command. Heyer was named to the newly created position of president of the worldwide sales, marketing, distribution and international networks group of TBS, which will become an arm of Time Warner overseen by Vice Chairman Ted Turner if shareholders approve the merger in a vote next week.
BUSINESS
October 1, 1996
In his first appointment as chairman, president and chief executive of Turner Broadcasting System, Terence F. McGuirk on Monday promoted Steven J. Heyer as his second in command. Heyer was named to the newly created position of president of the worldwide sales, marketing, distribution and international networks group of TBS, which will become an arm of Time Warner overseen by Vice Chairman Ted Turner if shareholders approve the merger in a vote next week.
BUSINESS
November 15, 2005 | From Associated Press
Host Marriott Corp. will buy 38 hotels from Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc. for about $3.4 billion in a deal that Starwood hopes will free it to build its luxury brands and that boosts Host's upscale and overseas hotel and resort holdings. The deal announced Monday between the two lodging companies calls for Bethesda, Md.-based Host to give Starwood shareholders $2.33 billion of Host stock and pay $1.06 billion in cash. Host would also take on $700 million of debt as part of the deal.
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April 3, 2007 | From the Associated Press
Wall Street managed a moderate advance Monday as a spate of takeover deals gave investors enough confidence to buy into the market despite a report showing that U.S. manufacturing was more sluggish than expected. Buyers drew support from big acquisitions announced before trading began, including deals to take credit card transaction processor First Data and media conglomerate Tribune private.
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