News and Articles About Business Travel
American cities are investing time and money into upgrading their airports.
The 'treps who take off--and keep going
As of this week, 35 of New York City's subway stations offer Wi-Fi. And in Austin, Texas, commuters are now able to store transit passes and tickets on their smartphones.
Employees at car service Uber ordered -- and then canceled -- over 100 cars from a New York competitor called Gett and then attempted to poach its drivers.
The collaborative economy offers additional alternatives to tech-savvy business travelers willing to forgo the typical work trip experience.
With restrictions on in-flight device usage loosening, airlines are competing to offer Wi-Fi deals at increasingly reduced rates.
Many small-business owners have indicated they are going to be spending more money this year than last. If you are one of them, be sure you do so wisely.
This CEO shares how she stays grounded while traveling for her Minted, an online home goods marketplace.
Flying worldwide can often help build your business, but it also can affect your health in a number of negative ways.
Our product tester explains why she'll be buying this gadget once her review is completed.
Scottevest has recorded steady revenue growth, expecting to finish 2013 with sales of $10 million.
Constant business travel can test even the heartiest of road warriors. Here are some survival tactics for long stretches away from home.
Some lucky consumers were able to land round-trip airline tickets for under $50 due to a technical error.
Almost everyone knows to tip 15 to 20 percent of the bill for restaurant servers, but what about hotel staff, shuttle drivers and others who help you along your trip? Here's some advice.
These trends gave business travelers something to cheer about this year. Is your favorite listed?
Evernote and Moleskine joined forces on searchable smart notebooks, but our writer is sticking with her old-school paper versions for now.
A Louisiana man shares his travel nightmare.
Airbnb is embroiled in a legal battle in New York City, where short-term rental laws forbid its business. In a new video, Airbnb hosts give the city's incoming mayor a unique offer.
As US Airways and American Airlines merge to become the largest airline in the world, questions about further industry consolidation and changing standards remain.
A look at how admitting ignorance to your employees can improve communication, why you should avoid doing business in some countries and more advice for business owners.
Taking pets on business trips is easier and more popular than ever but not without its challenges.
Not sure where to set up shop abroad? Worried that foreign governments might try to shake you down? Find out which countries are squeaky clean and which are dirty when it comes to public sector corruption.
Save money and time -- early-morning flights have their advantages.
Whether you're a dead-to-the-world sleeper or just prefer to start your mornings with an innovative twist, these third-party smartphone alarm apps will get you going.
Love it or hate it, chatting on your cell phone during a flight could soon become a reality.