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DALLAS, Texas – Average hotel daily rates paid for corporate travel in August were within 1% of those paid pre-recession in August 2007 and 2008 globally, according to data released today by Pegasus
DALLAS, Texas – The leisure and corporate hotel markets returned solid results globally for bookings and rate growth in November, according to data released today.
Most every agency engages in the practice of allowing more than an average of 13.5 days for a corporate travel customer to pay for tickets issued.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. and BELLEVUE, Wash.
NEW YORK — The head of a Nevada company that manages business travel for major corporations admitted Wednesday she booked bogus trips to net herself $17 million — money prosecutors say she spent o
Jim Tisch, the leader of Loews Corp., said the U.S.
When it comes to dealing with issues and policies affecting the corporate travel industry, the National Business Travel Association (NBTA) has given the U.S. government a C+, it announced last week.
Clear evidence of both resurgent transaction volumes and, at least in the airline sector, improving revenue trends, has meant that corporate travel demand, after finally turning positive in late 2009,
HONOLULU, HI - More than 130 businesses and other groups that had planned to travel to Hawaii for conventions and meetings have canceled their trips so far this year because of the recent backlash aga
Hotel and tourism industy officials are warning about a damaging “AIG effect” on their local businesses.
After the 9/11 attacks, vacationers were afraid to fly and South Florida hotels suffered.
Las Vegas Sands Corp. and Wynn Resorts Ltd. joined hoteliers in lambasting U.S. lawmakers’ criticism of corporate travel, saying hundreds of thousands of jobs are in jeopardy.
BANGKOK, Thailand (August 26, 2008) - Amadeus, a global leader in technology and distribution solutions for the travel and tourism industry, is expanding its Business Solutions Group (BSG) in the Asia
NEW YORK — As the economy cools, companies are starting to shrink their travel budgets — a move likely to put further strain on struggling airlines.Hotels, car-rental agencies and restaurants, which along with airlines employ roughly 4 percent of U.S. workers, will also feel the pinch.