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With Support Wilting, Solombrino Apologizes And GBTA Board Hires Trusted Legal Partner To Investigate New Allegations

Readers, please note our Disclosure about conflicts of interest at the bottom of this article. The GBTA board of directors asked law firm Polsinelli to…

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Posted in Distribution Productivity Suppliers

The Future Of Travel Management Companies: Part One, Staffing

“Green shoots” are nice but transaction counts for most travel management companies as of last week remained between 3 percent and 15 percent of last…

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Deem Signs Former GetThere Clients Apple, Toyota For Online Booking Technology

Deem picked up online booking contracts with Apple and Toyota — big wins for a company that’s had plenty of ups and downs.  Acquired by…

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As Buyer Frustration With Sales Tactics Seems To Grow, Humanizing Is The Answer

It’s a time for new ideas, new competitors and new blood in corporate travel. That means new people on both the buyer and supplier sides,…

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Duluth Travel Exits Bankruptcy, Contends With Partial Federal Shutdown

Corporate and government travel management company Duluth Travel this month emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection after about 10 months, only to face the effects…

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Duluth Travel Files For Chapter 11 Protection While Fighting AdTrav In Court

Atlanta-area travel management company Duluth Travel today filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in a bid for breathing room as it fights a legal battle…

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ARC, TMC Exec Raise Red Flags On Ticketing Fraud

As with hacking, if it hasn’t happened to you yet, fraud will. Travel management companies can be unwitting participants in deceit. In one unsettling but…

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