Amid calls for more members of GBTA's board to step down, it's interesting to contemplate what happens to open seats. It's possible that the choice of replacements would end the U.S. lock on the powerful board. The Virginia-based association 10 years ago next month announced it would changed its name from the "National" to the "Global" Business Travel Association.
Boeing's Kathy Briski and Altour's Doug Payne resigned . . .