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Elevate Employees, Don’t Eliminate Them

By Ryan W. Buell, a professor of business administration in the Technology and Operations Management Unit at Harvard Business School. A traumatic discontinuity like the Covid-19 pandemic…

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As More Companies Require Vaccines Internally, Corporate Travel Pros Support Government Mandates For Travel And Dining

About three in four corporate travel suppliers, intermediaries and buyers believe that for international flying, governments should require passengers to prove they have been fully…

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Posted in Suppliers Sustainability

Google Raises The Bar On Provision Of Point-Of-Sale Emissions Data

Google Flights search results include estimated carbon emissions as of this month. Though some questioned the data and the methodology behind it, many welcomed the…

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CWT Sees November Bankruptcy Exit, Projects Return To Positive Cash Flow In 2024

CWT parent Carlson Travel Inc. is anticipating a return to positive cash flow in 2024 when the travel management company is back to 70 percent…

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What To Expect In CWT’s Bankruptcy

To execute its recapitalization, CWT expects to file for a prepackaged Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization as soon as this month. Legal experts see signs supporting…

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Posted in Distribution Policy Risk Suppliers

Pundits Assess Greater Reliance On Travel Management Companies, And Its Challenges

The pandemic made more companies question the value of business travel, but at the same time, reliance on the partners that help manage it grew….

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Should Passengers Be Vaccinated Or Tested To Fly Within The U.S.?

By travel writer Heather Murphy. By the holiday season, flying will have changed dramatically for Americans returning to the United States from abroad. They will…

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