Business travel

How Do US-Mexico Border Travel Restrictions Affect Businesses?

The mayor of Imperial Beach said border issues “are not a priority for the Biden administration.” IMPERIAL BEACH, Calif .– South Bay city leaders are speaking out after the restriction on non-essential travel at the US-Mexico border was extended until August 21. Travel restrictions were first put in place in …

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Soldo raises $ 180 million for its professional expense management platform – TechCrunch

Expense management has long been an issue for employees and accounting departments: for many, tracking and analyzing how money is spent on behalf of a business is just too mired in legacy software. ill-equipped to meet more modern demands. Today, a UK startup building solutions to bring the process into …

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Traveling to the United States could be easier

US President Joe Biden hinted at a White House meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel late last week that he may lift travel restrictions from Europe for the foreseeable future. He was pressured by Merkel when they spoke about reopening transcontinental travel across the Atlantic, and vowed to wait for …

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Business travelers fail to check in, slowing hotel industry recovery in Nashville

NASHVILLE, Tennessee (WKRN) – Business travel is an important factor in ensuring hotels do not recover quickly from the pandemic despite an increase in leisure travel. That’s according to the American Hotel and Lodging Association, which is hosting career fairs for the hospitality industry, including one in Nashville last week. …

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Business week: inflation, billionaires in space and more on the rise

What’s up? (July 11-17) Inflation peaks The government has signaled that a key measure of inflation in June rose at its fastest rate in 13 years, casting doubt on the White House’s claim that post-pandemic price increases are “transient.” The spike in inflation is clearly linked to the rapid reopening …

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JD Power poll: Hotel guests want breakfast back

A major change in many hotel brands since the start of the pandemic has been the removal or reduction of breakfast. This change was not welcomed by much of the traveling public, who expressed their dissatisfaction with the reduced variety and quality of breakfast, if offered, in the study of …

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Choice is tightening cancellation policies, following other hotel cos.

The days of relaxed hotel cancellation policies and loyalty status extensions are drawing to a close. Choice Hotels announced this month that starting July 14, customers who cancel new reservations will be required to do so at least 48 hours before their scheduled arrival. New bookings made by registered Choice …

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JetBlue Adds Sustainable Fuel to Los Angeles Operations

JetBlue this month began using sustainable aviation fuel for planes at Los Angeles International Airport through a partnership with World Energy and World Fuel Services. Through the partnership, JetBlue will increase the use of blended sustainable aviation fuel by 1.5 million gallons per year for at least three years, or …

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Lack of business travel rebound hurts airlines :: WRAL.com

Across the country, some business travelers have been slow to get back into the air. Show transcript TO RETURN AN EMPLOYEE. THE MEMBERS THEN FOUND THE DEAD BLACKS. IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION. CALL THE SHERIFF. >>> YOU ARE LOOKING LIVE AT RDU INTERNATIONAL. YOU MAY HAVE NOTICED THAT IT …

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Could Didi turn the American carpooling market upside down?

China-based rideshare company Didi, which raised $ 4.4 billion when it went public on June 30, could help support its goal of growing in more overseas markets, possibly including states. -United. If Didi enters the United States, some analysts suspect that VTC prices could drop, but wait times could worsen. …

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