Arne Sorenson, Marriott president and CEO, said, “Corporate customers are clearly cautious … For transient business, we expect current weak corporate demand to persist, although comparisons should get easier.” Hyatt president and CEO, Mark Hoplamazian, said, “… We’ve got clear data that says that short-term corporate bookings are weak or weakening.” Fast forward to January 2017, however, and many of Sorenson and Hoplamazian’s peers seem to have a much rosier outlook than before. And there’s a chance, they say, that this could be the year corporate travel bounces back. Get the full story at Skift Read also "Companies expect to cut business travel in the wake of Trump’s travel ban" at Skift