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These simple adjustments can make time on the road or in the air more productive.
If the idea of disconnecting from your business is unthinkable, follow this advice from travel experts on how to keep working no matter where you are.
Put down your iPad. Itâs the ping pong paddle you'll need at boutique hotels targeting a new type of business traveler.
A look at how small-business owners are shelling out more than big corporations, and where their dollars are going.
Rather than snacking in the airport bar while waiting for your flight, use the time as an opportunity for fitness.
The modern office is wherever you happen to be. Here's how to take your work with you and seven tools to help you get it done.
Hotels have created some unique alternatives to the traditional $40 scrambled eggs in bed. Here's what to expect when you're on the road.
We ask antiques dealer Billy Leroy, a star of Travel Channel's Baggage Battles, about the unusual items he packs in his carry-on.
We tested three smartphone battery boosters but only one stood up to the rigors of a travel writer's lifestyle.
Don't let your travels get in the way of your workout routine. Here's how to keep fit when you're away from home.
From old-school to trendy and everything in between, here are the best bars for business in some of the best U.S. cities for 'treps.
We ask Amanda Steinberg, founder of DailyWorth and a busy single mom, about what she carries on regular commutes between Philly and New York.
Here are our picks for the best retreats that let guests disconnect and reboot without accessing technology.
The rugged Red Oxx CPA Briefcase stood tall after three airports and one packrat travel writer.
Answering these five questions can help you decide how to spend your next flight delay.
We asked frequent travelers, from a White House correspondent to a popular chef, what they love and hate about being constantly away from home.
Robert Deluce's Porter Airlines put a secondary airport back on the map and brought civility back to flying.
From beautiful hotels to an airport bar and restaurant you'll actually enjoy, we have gathered our favorites in business travel.
Despite some drawbacks, Google's futuristic eyewear can be an indispensable travel device.
Tips on how to make the most of rewards programs, and an insider's look at what your loyalty points really mean.
Use these mobile tools to find parking faster, navigate smarter and even locate more desirable airplane seats.
In a busy airport, independent lounges can give you the space you need to relax and get some work done. Some will even hand you a stiff drink.
Travel productively with these out-of-office assistants that do everything from track your luggage to organize your expenses.
We try Neat's app and digital filing system and explain why you might want to wait until you try it, too.
A new strand of bird flu has some business travelers worried. Here's how to protect yourself.
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