News and Articles About Business Travel
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.
This infographic explains how, thanks to technology, travelers expect a more personalized experience, one that starts at booking.
The European Commission has granted airlines permission to offer passengers 3G and LTE networks in flight.
Andrew Chrisomalis, the CEO of TY KU Sake & Spirits, has turned light packing into an art. Here are the essentials he brings with him on the plane.
Is a Netflix for books worth it yet? We put it through the bibliophile's test.
From in-flight showers, to airport spas and hair salons, airlines' premium classes are exploding with perks. Meanwhile in economy, space is getting even tighter.
Tips for making your trip more convenient and comfortable.
The FAA has always told passengers they have to put away their electronics during takeoff and landing. Now that old rule has been abolished.
Airlines are on track to collect $42.6 billion in ancillary revenue this year, according to a new study.
Mixing business expenses with your personal life can get messy fast.
Outspoken Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary's Twitter Live Chat Was Fascinating, Inappropriate and Helpful
A CEO who has made being offensive part of his brand identity took to Twitter to face his customers and critics.
Some hotels are rethinking the 3 p.m. check-in time with 24-hour stays.
We ask Eric Ryan, the co-founder of Method, what he can't travel without on his jaunts across Europe and the States.
In a win for business travelers, the wireless carrier will slash fees for data and texting in more than 100 countries beginning October 31.
Fast-food chains such as Starbucks, McDonald's and Subway make up the highest percentage of meal expenses on corporate cards.
Business travelers are one step closer to being able to use their electronic devices during all stages of flight, including takeoff and landing.
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