Nobel Laureate Opines On Who Should Fund Business Travel Distribution

By | November 16, 2016

New York — "Business people are very excited about competition in every sector except their own."

With that quip, Columbia University professor Joseph Stiglitz opened his testimony here this month in the US Airways v. Sabre antitrust trial. Called by the plaintiffs, the Nobel Prize-winning economist Time magazine once named among the 100 most influential people had studied the business travel market . . .

The full article is available to subscribers
Click here for purchase and renewal options.
New visitors: Request a free trial.
Subscribers: Log in, or reset your password.
Login failing? Could be expired. Check subscription. Background here.
Need help? Email us.