Hilton Worldwide Is Set To Become A Force In the Luxury Hotel Market

  Forbes.com 

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After decades of being hamstrung by a convoluted ownership structure, Hilton Worldwide may have only three luxury brands, but in the luxury space, less is more could be a winning formula
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