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Business Execs Who Stay in Asian Luxury Hotels Fall Prey to Cyber Espionage
Cyber Security

Business Execs Who Stay in Asian Luxury Hotels Fall Prey to Cyber Espionage

Security researchers have uncovered a sophisticated campaign that targets executives once they sign on to computers using in-room wireless connections.
This Major Hotel Chain Now Lets You Access Your Room by Smartphone
Mobile Technology

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.
Kate Taylor
When It Comes to Business Travel, When to Scrimp vs. When to Spend
Business Travel

When It Comes to Business Travel, When to Scrimp vs. When to Spend

The bottom-line balancing act of business travel.
6 Over-the-Top Hotel Amenities for Your Next Business Trip
Business Travel

6 Over-the-Top Hotel Amenities for Your Next Business Trip

Working hard? Find the ultimate in relaxation at your home away from home with the help of these luxe services.
Breanna Wilson
This Robotic Butler Could Make Your Next Hotel Stay...Interesting
Far Out Tech

This Robotic Butler Could Make Your Next Hotel Stay...Interesting

A California hotel recently hired a new high-tech employee: a robot butler named A.L.O.
Emily Price
This Brand of Design-Savvy Hotels Is Built for Entrepreneurs
Suitcase Entrepreneur

This Brand of Design-Savvy Hotels Is Built for Entrepreneurs

Aloft leads the pack in the tech-savvy select-service hotel category.
Hotel Says $500 Fine on Negative Yelp Reviews Was a Joke
Yelp

Hotel Says $500 Fine on Negative Yelp Reviews Was a Joke

Angry Yelpers turned on a hotel after an article claimed the hotel fined newlyweds for guests' negative online reviews. Now, the hotel claims it was all a misunderstanding.
Kate Taylor
Sharing Economy Sets Sights on Business Travelers -- But Will They Bite?
Travel

Sharing Economy Sets Sights on Business Travelers -- But Will They Bite?

Airbnb and Uber both announced new services exclusively targeting businesses, but will travelers look beyond a host of security and regulatory issues plaguing the sharing economy?
Geoff Weiss
Hilton's $550 Million Mobile Push Will Turn Smartphones Into Hotel Room Keys
Business Travel

Hilton's $550 Million Mobile Push Will Turn Smartphones Into Hotel Room Keys

The initiative is aimed at younger travelers who are increasingly placing hotel reservations on mobile phones.
Geoff Weiss
Startup Aims to Meet Tech Challenges of Dining Industry
Food Businesses

Startup Aims to Meet Tech Challenges of Dining Industry

Red Book Connect's solutions for the four biggest issues restaurants face are already embraced by large numbers of businesses.
Adam Toren
What – or Who – is Driving Hotel Updates?
Suitcase Entrepreneur

What – or Who – is Driving Hotel Updates?

Hotels are rethinking front desks and guestrooms. While they're driven by millennials, many of these changes have been long in coming.
Longtime Owner Sells TGI Fridays for $800 Million
TGI Fridays

Longtime Owner Sells TGI Fridays for $800 Million

After nearly four decades of ownership, Carlson sold the restaurant chain to two private-equity firms.
Kate Taylor
Our Annual Picks for the Best in Business Travel
Business Travel

Our Annual Picks for the Best in Business Travel

The people, companies and locations that are improving the way we get around and our experience once we get there.
Bruce Schoenfeld
The Road Warrior's Secret Defense: A Portable Pharmacy
Business Travel

The Road Warrior's Secret Defense: A Portable Pharmacy

For about $25 you can replicate this frequent business traveler's arsenal, keep illness at bay and ensure that your trip is a productive one.
Paula Phelan