Marriott Vacations Worldwide
In a recent filing, Richard Blum and Blum Capital Partners downsized its long-time stake in the commercial real estate services firm CBRE Group (NYSE: CBG). Blum Capital reduced share ownership from 21.6 million to 14.7 million, and now has only a 4.5% stake in the company. The sale of 6.9 million shares, or almost 32% of its prior stake, represents the first time that Blum Capital more »
Citadel Advisors, in a 13G filed with the SEC, has reported a 5% ownership stake in Marriott Vacations Worldwide Corp (NYSE: VAC). Citadel had opened a small position of 800,000 shares in the first three months of 2012 (see what other stocks Citadel owned at the time) but has now more than doubled that to 1.7 million shares of the company.
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I remember the days when Priceline shares dipped below the $1 mark and Jay Leno was making fun of it on his show. Priceline (NASDAQ: PCLN) has since built a $33 billion market cap company on the business of providing discounted travel options online. By providing a site where travelers can search for hotels and flights that meet their criteria, it essentially replaces travel agents and has become the market more »