Chicago — GBTA billed the session as a point-counterpoint. Well-known and charismatic buyers from two very large companies would debate the merits of using dynamic pricing over static rates for lodging. "Who will survive the debate?" the session’s description asked. "Hear from both sides as they passionately argue their position for and against dynamic pricing."

Those expecting contention were in for a letdown. The two buyers — EY global travel director Karen Hutchings and Boeing travel category manager Kathy Briski — delivered an informative discussion with lots of laughs here on Tuesday. But the passionate . . .

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