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I Flew Business Class on 6 Airlines This Year and There Was a Huge Difference Between the Best and the Worst

Each airline's luxury product is different — so much so that my favorite and least favorite are leagues apart.

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People Are Eager to Go to Europe. But a 'Strange and Humiliating' Requirement Is Derailing Travel Plans.

There aren't enough resources to keep up with the demand — and it's causing major problems.

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The Definition of Value Is Changing — Here's What Entrepreneurs Need to Know to Survive the Shifting Global Trends

Value has taken on a different meaning in today's world. Here's what entrepreneurs need to know in order to capitalize on these changes.

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I Sold My House to Work Remotely on a Cruise Ship for 3 Years — and I May Stay Aboard Even Longer. Here's What My Life Will Look Like.

I was fantasizing about going on an around-the-world cruise. Then I saw an ad that could make it my reality.

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I Worked on Cruise Ships for 6 Years. Here Are the 5 Best and 5 Worst Rooms to Book for Your Trip.

I started my career in guest services, where I frequently dealt with passengers' room complaints.

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Dangerous Plane Incidents Are Skyrocketing. I'd Know—I Just Went Through 3 in 1 Day

I survived three airline disasters in one day. This is what happened on my terrifying journey across the U.S.

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Video Shows Pier Collapsing, Plunging Dozens of People Into a Wisconsin Lake

The pier was scheduled to be removed just one day after the accident.

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A Traveler Says She and Her Friends Spent $4,000 to Get Home to the U.S. from Ireland — All Because Customs Was Closed at the Airport

It wasn't just passengers affected — airport and hotel staff, shuttle drivers, and restaurant workers were all reportedly stressed by the influx of stuck passengers.

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'Some Things You Can't Replace': 65% of Jobs in Las Vegas Will Be Replaced By Robots, According to a New Report

From robot bartenders to hotel check-in kiosks, technology is already taking over Sin City.