Sylvia Helt

Hoteliers are redefining flexibility to meet the challenges of work

The performance of the US hospitality industry improved steadily in 2021 amid increased demand, especially from leisure travelers, but the industry’s workforce has not rebounded to the same pace relative to pandemic lows. As lockdowns lifted, travel restrictions eased and the economy strengthened, hoteliers capitalized on new travel demand, but …

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Business people: January 5, 2021

Rosen retires from Benfint, Lyons and Shuman Belfint, Lyons & Shuman, PA announced on December 31 the retirement of Jordon Rosen as Director of Estates and Trusts, He is retiring after over 21 years at BLS and over 43 years in public accounting.! Prior to joining BLS, Jordon was a …

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🌱 Grace Lee participates in the assembly race + opening of the Moxy LES hotel in 2022

Rise and shine, Lower East Side-Chinatown! It’s your host Patrick Murray here with 3 titles to start your day. First of all, the weather forecast for the day: Mostly cloudy with a high of 39 and a low of 32. Here are the best stories in the Lower East Side-Chinatown …

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The Massad House Hotel in downtown Richmond has closed after 60 years, but the new owners of the building plan to renovate and reopen the hotel | Economic news

The Massad House hotel at 11 N. Fourth St. sold out last week. The new owners are planning a renovation, rebranding and reopening of the downtown hotel within about a year. The Massad House hotel at 11 N. Fourth St., closed and the building sold. The Massad House hotel at …

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StageCoach Hotel and Casino in Beatty, Nevada Chooses CasinoTrac Management System

MINNETONKA, Minnesota., January 4, 2022 / PRNewswire / – Table Trac, Inc. (OTCQX: TBTC) announces that it has signed an agreement and installed the CasinoTrac StageCoach Hotel and Casino management system located in Beatty, Nevada. Chad Hoehne, President of Table Trac Inc, said, “As a last minute addition to our …

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New federal law aims to end maddening surprise medical bills

Ssay goodbye to surprise medical bills. The federal No Surprises Law, which protects consumers with private health insurance by prohibiting most surprise bills from off-grid providers, came into effect on January 1. In the past, many patients who received emergency care from a facility or doctor outside their network – …

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Commercial real estate could be on the verge of further lending growth in 2022 – Business Observer

After the volume of commercial real estate loans rebounded after a difficult 2020, the number of transactions is expected to increase further this year in a climate of higher interest rates, according to industry experts with whom Commercial Observer spoke at. the end of 2021. CRE’s total debt to commercial …

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Why aren’t long-abandoned Japanese hotels being dismantled, even after the recent discovery of corpses?

MIYAZAKI – An abandoned hotel in southwestern Japan where young people found a corpse entering the desolate ruins of a challenge that remains standing for more than a year after the corpse was found. This journalist was gradually able to discover why large buildings without a known owner are left …

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Want to escape ? Try this luxury ghost town in Africa

CIUDAD DE LA PAZ, Equatorial Guinea — In a jungle glade, here are 50 luxury villas on manicured grounds. Each 7,100 square foot home has four bedrooms, two living rooms, an office, staff quarters and a dining room. And in each dining room is a formal table set anytime for …

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Universal healthcare in Bangladesh could be a reality

Recognizing the essential role of health, the United Nations General Assembly unanimously approved a resolution in 2012, urging countries to accelerate progress towards universal health coverage (UHC) – the idea that everyone, everywhere, should have access to quality and affordable health care. This year’s UHC Day theme focuses on investing …

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