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Business Travel

Is WeWork Missing the Golden Opportunity for Remote Working?

The co-working giant posted a $504 million loss for the first quarter of this year, although the figures are heading in the right direction. But has it run out of steam after setting right so many wrongs in the past?

Is WeWork Missing the Golden Opportunity for Remote Working?

Business Travel

Radisson CEO Unveils Europe Strategy, Knocks Rivals With Cookie-Cutter Hotels

Federico Gonzalez argues lifestyle hotels aren’t just for the well-heeled, and rivals are “punishing” guests with poor design. But it may be a challenge to roll out so many properties and keep them feeling unique.

Radisson CEO Unveils Europe Strategy, Knocks Rivals With Cookie-Cutter Hotels

Business Travel

United Ups Revenue Projections on Full Return of Corporate Travel Business

Plenty of doubters predicted business travel wouldn’t fully return, but recent surges suggest the wider industry could break past its pre-pandemic $1.4 trillion value.

United Ups Revenue Projections on Full Return of Corporate Travel Business

Business Travel

Daily Podcast: Climate Change and Business Travel

Good morning from Skift. It's Monday, May 16, in New York City. Here's what you need to know about the business of travel today.

Daily Podcast: Climate Change and Business Travel

Business Travel

Tech Companies So Far Not Focused on Cutting Corp Travel Emissions — New Report

Campaigners have singled out Microsoft, Google, Facebook and a host of other technology and consultancy firms in a ranking of 230 companies. But this approach is a little backward-looking, with scores failing to include initiatives that will heavily impact business trips in the future.

Tech Companies So Far Not Focused on Cutting Corp Travel Emissions — New Report

Business Travel

Mastering the New Hidden Travel Networks

Emerging digital nomad "trading routes" was just one revelation at Skift’s Future of Lodging Forum this week, and traditional hotel companies have plenty else to learn from hospitality startups embracing new future of work trends.

Mastering the New Hidden Travel Networks

Business Travel

Flight Centre Rolls Up Rivals in a Strategic Partnership Targeting Business Travelers

A coalition of sorts, Link Travel Group is either a sign there’s more than enough pent-up demand to go round, or that these competing agencies see safety in numbers. Either way, it’s an interesting take on the post-Covid, travel-selling business model.

Flight Centre Rolls Up Rivals in a Strategic Partnership Targeting Business Travelers

Business Travel

When a Corporate Travel Booking Lasts for Years

A new generation of apartment-booking platforms want to throw out industry terms like "short-term rentals" and "leases." They simply call it living, and they’re now after corporate business.

When a Corporate Travel Booking Lasts for Years

Airlines

Lufthansa Adds Workspace Bookings to Flights in Renewed Biz Travel Push

For an airline that not so long ago eased away from business travel, two new partnerships suggest it's thinking twice about that decision.

Lufthansa Adds Workspace Bookings to Flights in Renewed Biz Travel Push

Business Travel

Corporate Travel Agency Labor Shortage Threatens Recovery

Business trips are roaring back, but for how long depends on the breaking points of travel managers and agency advisors making them possible in the first place.

Corporate Travel Agency Labor Shortage Threatens Recovery