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Marriott International of Bethesda reported that its profit last year grew to $571 million from $198 million in 2011; revenues fell to $11.81 billion from $12.32 billion; and revenue per available room rose 6.1 percent to $97.34, as occupancy grew to 70.8 percent from 69.3 percent and average daily rate increased 3.9 percent to $137.49. Its fourth-quarter profit grew to $181 million from $141 million in the prior-year quarter; revenues rose to $3.76 billion from $3.69 billion; and revenue per available room rose 5.2 percent to $95.95, as occupancy rose to 68.8 from 67.5 percent and average daily rate increased 3.3 percent to $139.56.



LaSalle Hotel Properties of Bethesda reported that its profit last year grew to $71.6 million from $43.6 million in 2011; revenues rose to $867.1 million from $719.0 million; funds from operations increased to $169.6 million from $123.3 million; and revenue per available room grew to $160.38 from $153.39, as occupancy rose to 79.1 percent from 78.7 percent and average daily rate increased to $202.82 from $194.94. Its fourth-quarter profit grew to $14.2 million from $8.0 million in the prior-year quarter; revenues rose to $215.7 million from $179.0 million; funds from operations increased to $41.4 million from $28.2 million; and revenue per available room grew to $154.88 from $149.25, as occupancy rose to 74.1 percent from 73.8 percent and average daily rate increased to $209.06 from $202.11.



Host Hotels & Resorts of Bethesda reported a profit of $63 million last year, versus a net loss of $16 million in 2011; revenues rose to $5.29 billion from $4.92 billion; funds from operations grew to $759 million from $626 million; and revenue per available room grew to $142.48 from $133.87, as occupancy rose to 74.5 percent from 72.5 percent and average daily rate increased to $191.15 from $184.52. Its fourth-quarter profit fell to $15 million from $16 million in the prior-year quarter; revenues rose to $1.75 billion from $1.63 billion; funds from operations grew to $293 million from $224 million; and revenue per available room grew to $144.09 from $136.25, as occupancy rose to 72.6 percent from 70.6 percent and average daily rate increased to $198.53 from $193.04.



Radio One of Silver Spring reported a net loss of $54.1 million last year, vs. a profit of 12.9 million in 2011; revenues rose to $424.6 million from $364.2 million. Its fourth-quarter net loss narrowed to $15.1 million from $16.9 million in the prior-year quarter; revenues rose to $105.9 million from $98.0 million.



Millennial Media of Baltimore reported that its net loss last year widened to $5.4 million from $287,000 in 2011; revenues rose to $177.7 million from $103.7 million. Its fourth-quarter profit grew to $2.6 million from $130,000 in the prior-year quarter; revenues rose to $58.0 million from $34.5 million.



Glen Burnie Bancorp of Glen Burnie, parent of the Bank of Glen Burnie, reported that its profit last year fell to $2.7 million from $3.0 million in 2011. Its fourth-quarter profit fell to $609,000 from $756,000 in the prior-year quarter. Assets at Dec. 31 totaled $387.4 million, up from $365.3 million a year earlier.



Severn Bancorp of Annapolis, parent of Severn Savings Bank, restated its annual and quarterly earnings for 2012 and 2011 upward as follows: Its profit last year rose to $3.7 million, not $3.3 million, from $1.6 million, not $1.2 million, in 2011. Its fourth-quarter profit grew to $1.3 million, not $1.2 million, from $1.2 million, not $1.1 million, in the prior-year quarter.