10 Brands That Can Help Make Business Travel More Bearable
Travel is frustrating enough--just ask that JetBlue guy. Here are our picks for 10 brands that can make it better (including--yes--a massive airline).
1. Best Buy
Forgot your phone charger? Crave an iPod, new headphones, a video camera? From an eight-city rollout in late 2008, Best Buy now sells electronic necessities (and indulgences) out of 95 vending kiosks in terminals throughout North America. Within a year, the company hopes to have multiple kiosks in every major U.S. airport, as well as upgraded software that lets consumers return purchases in stores. The best part? There's no convenience upcharge. All items track the company's standard retail price as closely as possible. (888) 237-8289
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