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UATP Helped Solve The Unused Ticket Dilemma, But Airline Policies Vary

As the pandemic emerged and unused airline tickets piled up, UATP became a popular way to store the credit for future use. If you’re confused…

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Op Ed: Jean-Christophe Lacour On The Potential Impact Of Strong Customer Authentication For Payment

Amadeus recently conducted research to assess the travel industry’s readiness for new payment security rules in Europe. Jean-Christophe Lacour, the company’s head of merchant services…

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Reporter’s Notebook: Communication Breakdowns, Policy Leakage, Virtual Pay, Government (In)action

With no one conducting in-person corporate events, the industry calendar is filled with webinars and other virtual programming. No one can listen to it all….

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American Express CEO: Global Card Market May See Fewer Players

American Express sees opportunity to capitalize on competitors potentially backing away from the corporate card business. When it comes to business travel, “CFOs and CEOs…

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Contact Tracing Scales In Asia, Faces Privacy And Political Hurdles In Europe And The United States

Questions about where people have been, whom they’ve seen and how they’re feeling are becoming commonplace. So are mobile apps that track potential coronavirus exposure….

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Trump Suggests Reversal On Recent Limits To Meal, Entertainment Deductions

President Donald Trump said Sunday he wanted to restore deductibility for corporate meal and entertainment costs, potentially reversing some regulations he signed into law in…

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Ongoing Expensify Episode Puts To The Test That Age-Old Business Travel Question: Who Is The Customer?

Multiple Expensify clients are planning to find a replacement as complaints about the expense software company’s card program marketing to individual employees continued into a…

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