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Here are a few pointers on making healthier decisions while on the road.
Understand how transmission takes place and educate your workforce. Consider extra steps as needed.
Fasten your seat belts and forget about tray tables. This driving-flying machine is ready for takeoff.
A swarm of companies selling insect-based food items has descended upon the American market. Can they persuade consumers that eating bugs isn't a punishment?
Want a hotel reservation in a jiffy or need to fly out of town in two hours? Fire up these applications on your smartphone.
Virtual reality, take me away. Because overpriced in-flight cocktails and noise-cancelling headphones arent enough anymore.
When life gives you leaked naked celeb selfies, go low and bare cheap fares. At least that's what Spirit Airlines did.
A new online service aims to find accommodations for brave, broke college students who are traveling.
A California hotel recently hired a new high-tech employee: a robot butler named A.L.O.
Travel is a big part of most business jobs and doing travel right should be invaluable.
Have you traveled to Thailand? How about Turkey? If not, perhaps you should.
A new feature within Google Now offers users the ability to Find alternate flights in the event of cancellation or delay.
For Maria Tilton, a love for travel became a career when she invested in a Cruise Planners franchise.
The U.S. Department of Transportation has a hang-up with in-flight calls, perhaps enough to put an official kibosh on them and soon.
They'll help increase your productivity, improve your image or just put a smile on your face.
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?
Calling all brains: The TSA is looking for someone to help them figure out this major airport headache -- and is willing to pay for the solution.
While ethically dubious, the Knee Defender is likely to appeal to business travelers all too familiar with the crammed quandary of flying coach.
Reaching out to trade and government agencies are important first steps in starting a tour business.
From travel agent to CruiseOne franchisee, Michael Ramdial is dedicated to making vacation dreams a reality.
'Powerless devices will not be permitted onboard the aircraft,' the TSA said, in order to thwart bombs potentially concealed within handheld gadgets.
Flying commercial these days can be an unpleasant experience. Fortunately for fliers, some airlines still put customers first.
Regroup, re-energize and retrieve that go-get-'em spirit in these dynamic cities.
Peek is offering travelers an easier way to book memorable activities for your next vacation.
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