Business Traveler's Journal - Page: 4

10 Tips for Being Super Productive On Your Next Flight

Don't let the stress of traveling keep you from doing your best work.

Nina Zipkin

In-Flight Wi-Fi Might Soon Be Less of a Joke

The FAA just approved testing of Wi-Fi tech that could be 20 times faster than the snail's pace rubbish we put up with now.

15 Conference Travel Tips to Reduce Stress and Save Time and Money

Delayed flights, lost luggage and other travel inconveniences are a small price to pay for the amazing educational and networking experiences conferences provide.

Jonathan Long

Flying Coach? 5 Tactics for Getting an Upgrade.

Why fly the friendly skies in cramped economy when you could fly like a boss? If you're lucky...

This All-In-One Travel Jacket Is Now One of the 10 Most Funded Projects Ever on Kickstarter

With another 13 days left in the crowdfunding campaign, the BauBax jacket has already raised $5.6 million from almost 29,000 backers.

What Your Travel Experience Will Look Like in the Not-So-Distant Future

High-tech travel innovations are coming your way. We take a look at the latest developments.

Elaine Glusac

Airbnb Is Going After the Exploding Market of Chinese Travelers

The accommodations rental site says outbound travel from China on the platform has grown 700 percent in the past year.

Flying Economy Stinks. Here Are Some Ways – Crazy and Otherwise –That People Want to Make It Better.

They range from redesigning the way we board, to redesigning the cabin and seats themselves.

Laura Entis

Report: Chinese Hackers Attack U.S. Travel Industry

American Airlines and the reservation processing company Sabre Corp. have been targeted in the latest round of security breaches.

Laura Entis

How These Flexible Rental Spaces Are Helping Entrepreneurs Work From Anywhere

Entrepreneurs are taking advantage of work spaces that boast convenience and cachet without commitment.

Elaine Glusac

5 Reasons Why Your Team Needs You to Take a Vacation

If you don't take a vacation, they won't take a vacation and eventually nobody is happy.

Marty Fukuda