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Marriott Reports Major Hack of Starwood Database  
The hack could have contained information on up to approximately 500 million guests who made a reservation at a Starwood property. More here.
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FRONT PAGE NEWS
Supplier News: New Venues in Punta Cana, Guadalajara  
It's been another busy week for new venues in the meetings and events industry. Here's what you need to know.
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Air Travel: New Concourse at LaGuardia, New Airport in Oman  
A new airport in Oman and a new concourse at LaGuardia lead this week’s air travel news. Find out more.
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GBTA Research: Business Travelers Have High Expectations for Safety  
Most business travelers expect their company to help them stay safe on the road, despite the difficulty out-of-channel bookings pose to doing so, according to new research from the Global Business Travel Association and SAP Concur. More here.
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DESTINATION NEWS
New Convention Center Headed to Punta Cana  
Palace Resorts has broken ground on the new Moon Palace Punta Cana, which will bring a new convention center to the Dominican Republic. Here’s an inside look at the project.
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Hilton's New Guadalajara Hotel Has Over 11K Square Feet of Event Space  
Hilton has announced the opening of Hilton Guadalajara Midtown, the Hilton Hotels & Resorts brand’s second hotel in Guadalajara and eighth property in Mexico. Here's what's in store for meeting planners.
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Sub-Saharan Africa: A Fresh Way to Teambuild  
The Event chats with two innovative companies pushing the boundaries in the teambuilding arena.
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Australia: Melbourne & Olympic Parks Begins Stage Three of Redevelopment  
Melbourne & Olympic Parks (M&OP) is now about to embark on stage-three of its $1 billion redevelopment. Here's what's planned.
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Portugal: And the World Travel Awards Go to... Portugal  
You need more than your fingers on both hands to count all the awards received by Portuguese institutions and companies at the World Travel Awards, which took place December 1 in Lisbon. In all, 16 awards were won.
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Americas: Marriott's Customer-Data Breach: What It Means for Your Attendees  
5 steps to take now to minimize your risk before the next data hack.
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Americas: Charlotte CC to Expand to 600,000 Square Feet by 2020  
New breakout space plus prefunction areas with ample natural light are on the way.
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Americas: Food for Thought: New Event Menu-Planning Guide Released  
IACC dietary booklet for meetings addresses the needs of both attendees and planners.
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• Bath’s Easy Urban Delights  (Source: Luxury Travel Advisor)
• New Yotel under development in Long Island City, N.Y.  (Source: Hotel Management)

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