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The 10 Most Ridiculous Business Expenses of 2014 (Infographic)
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A Frequent Business Traveler's Rewarding Trip to 'Nowhere'
A Waze manager just got back from celebrated travel writer Pico Iyer's favorite destination.
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5 Secrets to Managing Your Business While Traveling
An experienced road warrior and author of the just-updated "How to Travel the World on $50 a Day" suggests that planning ahead is key.
Lost Luggage? 4 Common Travel Problems and How to Fix Them.
From overbooked flights to sold-out hotels, here's how business travelers can navigate some of the most common issues.
Marriott Targets Millennials With New Hotel Chain
With fresh design and craft beers, AC Hotels hopes to convince 20-somethings to start booking rooms.
First-Class Macadamia Nut Case Prompts Korean Air Exec to Step Down
In-flight service causes this airlines exec to have a serious meltdown.
5 Pointers for Finding a Quiet Place to Work on the Road
It's always good to have a couple of options for alternate offices when away from your home turf.
4 New Year's Resolutions You Could Start Tomorrow
Here are four productivity ideas to put into practice ahead of time and gain a head start on 2015.
This Man Inadvertently Racked Up a $1,171 In-Flight Wi-Fi Bill
Baggage Blues No More: A Smart Suitcase Raises $1 Million on Indiegogo
A team of engineers, entrepreneurs, and industrial designers are working to reinvent the suitcase.
AT&T Scraps Plans for In-Flight High-Speed Internet Service
Instead, the company says it wants to focus on international expansion and video offerings.
The Road Warrior's Weapon of Choice: The Tablet Computer
The laptop's reign as the de facto mobile business tool is over. Transform your device into a lean, mean business machine.
Keep Your Productivity Up on Business Trips With These 4 Pro Tips
You can quickly miss the convenience of your office when you're thousands of miles away.
This Major Hotel Chain Now Lets You Access Your Room by Smartphone
Starwood just became the first hotel chain to allow guests to use their smartphones as keys to their hotel rooms.
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