City, county, and even state governments are used to helping finance convention centers because the payback to local businesses, hotels, and the economy is so great. But headquarter hotels have always been another story. Until now. With private investment down as a result of the poor economy, uncertainty related to occupancies, and above-average development costs, cities around the country are coming up with creative ways to get those headquarters hotels built. What does this mean for ...

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