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The GBTA board of directors asked law firm Polsinelli to review a host of allegations made by current and former staff members against its leadership. Previously undisclosed, the investigation and related claims pile on to what was already a bad week for the corporate travel profession's leading membership association. Members and sponsors are up in arms over Monday's revelation of a strange and abrasive communication from GBTA CEO Scott Solombrino to his staff, among other insights into his . . .

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