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U.S. Bank To Bring All-In-One Mobile Travel And Expense App To Frequent Travelers, Building On A Solution For Infrequent Ones

U.S. Bank and Chrome River will add travel booking and features for road warriors to their mobile app that unites virtual payment and expense reporting. …

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A Month Out, New European Payment Security Rules Are ‘A Moving Target’

Chicago — New regulations in the European Union governing payments there with locally issued cards are set to take effect next month. Part of Europe’s…

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Yael Klein On Apple’s Role In The Evolution Of Credit Cards

Wondering what Apple’s ambitions in payment mean for corporate travel? You’re not alone. Yael Klein of AirPlus International is here with her two cents. When…

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Bristol-Myers Squibb Implements Citi Corporate Cards Across 32 Countries To Improve Acceptance, Spending Controls

Treasury & Risk magazine last month recognized Bristol-Myers Squibb for new payment programs that include virtual cards for meetings and a switch to Citi for…

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Blockchain: It Takes A Village

New York — Tech thinkers from corporate travel agencies, airlines, investment firms and others gathered Wednesday for the first Blockchain In Travel Summit, hosted by…

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A Few Minutes With GoldSpring Consulting, Episode 2

Thanks for your interest in our new audio series in which we interview the industry veterans at GoldSpring Consulting about developments in travel management. In…

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Canadian Travel Firms Last Year Beat Back Visa Rules Mandating Card Security Codes, Skirting Issues Southwest Bookers Could Face

[UPDATE, June 14, 2019: Starting June 17, users of Southwest Airlines’ Swabiz corporate booking portal must insert their credit card’s three- or four-digit security code….

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