Hilton Hotels Corporation's new disclosure policy created a furor among meeting planners when it was announced at January's Professional Convention Management Association meeting. The policy was designed to inform attendees when a hotel paid any fees or commissions to a third party, such as a housing vendor, or paid a rebate back to the association. When the directive was first announced, planners were told that a stamp informing attendees that such fees had been paid would be placed on ...

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