Posted in Methods Reporting Suppliers

Managing Unused Airline Tickets When Cash Is King

Strapped for cash and facing volumes of canceled itineraries no one modeled, carriers are offering incentives to those willing to reuse credit rather than request…

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WorldAware Analysis: ‘Normal’ Is Most Likely 12 To 18 Months Away, And Don’t Look For Indications From China

Depending on factors including how intensive care units cope with the surge of Covid-19 cases, a return to relative normalcy is most likely between 12…

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Posted in Distribution Suppliers

Sabre Thinks About Applying For Government Lending

Sabre is considering applying for federal relief, which would require it to agree to partial government ownership and constraints on payments to shareholders and certain…

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Posted in Payment Policy Reporting

Trump Suggests Reversal On Recent Limits To Meal, Entertainment Deductions

President Donald Trump said Sunday he wanted to restore deductibility for corporate meal and entertainment costs, potentially reversing some regulations he signed into law in…

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Posted in Policy Reporting Risk

Coronavirus Exposes Weaknesses In Business Traveler Tracking

It’s unfortunate when an event requires an emergency review of tracking systems so employers can help business travelers out of harm’s way. Worse yet is…

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CWT Parent’s Debt Rating Falls Amid Uncertainty, Demand Crunch

Moody’s Investors Service last week issued a detailed update of its March 12 downgrade on the debt rating for Carlson Travel Inc., owner of CWT….

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Christopherson Business Travel Cuts Half Of Staff As Travel Industry Staggers

[UPDATE, March 19, 2020: Christopherson Business Travel provided additional details on the cost cuts. The company let go half of 270 employees. “Our plan is…

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