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Some Corporate Travel Providers Join The Fray Over New Voting Laws

Growing activism around controversial laws passed in recent weeks and seen by many as restricting voting prompted hundreds of business leaders across the country to…

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Expensify, Kayak Embark On Latest Of So Many Attempts To Reach Small To Medium-Sized Businesses

The pandemic stopped most business travel, but it did not end the relentless and historically futile quest for an online-first intermediary that attracts and keeps…

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Tripbam Data: Hilton Passed Marriott In Corporate Travel Share

In January and February of last year, Tripbam clients made about 80 percent more bookings with Marriott properties than they did with Hilton brands. In…

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Client Fees As A Percentage Of The Airfare? National Travel Is Trying It

National Travel’s Ted Lawson has read the industry headlines and considered the arguments. His 40-plus years in travel management (after seven in air travel and…

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Rising Diversity And Inclusion Awareness Highlights How Much More There Is To Do

With growing awareness this year about the work needed for greater diversity and inclusion, and the benefits of taking it on, the travel community has…

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American Express CEO: Global Card Market May See Fewer Players

American Express sees opportunity to capitalize on competitors potentially backing away from the corporate card business. When it comes to business travel, “CFOs and CEOs…

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Amex Global Business Travel: Investor Dispute Involving Carlyle Group Doesn’t Impact Day-To-Day

A shareholder in American Express Global Business Travel is suing two investment firms, Carlyle Group and GIC, to get them to stick to their agreement…

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