Benzinga reports that Form S-4 (filed with the SEC during a business combination) associated with the Marriott/Starwood merger notes that Starwood received a better offer price, but still accepted Marriott’s offer due to their “strong management team, lower execution risk, greater resulting company scale and diversification, synergies, and asset light portfolio.” So why then did Marriott really buy Starwood? Benzinga asks that you browse over to their site to read the remainder of the article (click refresh if you are not getting the full one page article).
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