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Business Travel

Ireland’s Hotels Still Waiting for International Business Travelers to Return

The continued dip in travel reinforces the message that small and medium companies are driving the recovery. At this point, it seems like the multinationals will never return to pre-pandemic levels.

Ireland’s Hotels Still Waiting for International Business Travelers to Return

News Blog

Travel Hacks Galore to Ease the Pain of Hassled Travel

The New York Times published a story a few days ago headlined, Tech Hacks to Make Traveling Right Now Less of a Headache. The famous Racoon Stealer malware is back ☠️ And it brought new updates that you should know. Source: SurfShark In the story, the author recommended: Book direct with the airline or hotel…

Business Travel

Abortion Travel May Land Companies in Legal Trouble, Warn Experts

While there are currently no rules that ban abortion travel, companies may have to navigate a complex patchwork of state laws if they support employees to exercise their reproductive rights.

Abortion Travel May Land Companies in Legal Trouble, Warn Experts

Online Travel

What a Google Breakup Would Mean for Travel

Superapps and connected trips would take a hit if Google were forced to self-immolate. However, competition would flourish if authorities curtail Google bias.

What a Google Breakup Would Mean for Travel

Tourism

Russia Travel: Who’s In, Who’s Out

The global travel industry is split over doing business in Russia, although the vast majority of companies are abiding by the relevant economic sanctions. Moral outrage, self-interest, and disparate views over harming ordinary Russians are clashing big time.

Russia Travel: Who’s In, Who’s Out

Online Travel

Apple Privacy Changes Could Give More Leverage to Big Online Travel Agencies

Personalization initiatives aside, Apple's privacy changes are a great win for travelers, but a big headache for online travel companies. The result is the biggest players have the potential to gain advantage over smaller competitors.

Apple Privacy Changes Could Give More Leverage to Big Online Travel Agencies

Hotels

Airbnb Sees Opportunities in Smart Homes in Partnerships With Apple, Amazon and Google

In the long term, it's clear that Airbnb will revisit recalibrating its focus beyond stays and experiences, and will dabble in flights, hotels, and smart-home technology. It would be silly not to.

Airbnb Sees Opportunities in Smart Homes in Partnerships With Apple, Amazon and Google

Online Travel

Expedia Trims Business Units, Sees a Trio of Executive Departures

Does the reorganization and leadership shuffle make Expedia Group a proverbial lean, mean fighting machine to better compete? As with all these things, it will all depend on the execution.

Expedia Trims Business Units, Sees a Trio of Executive Departures

Online Travel

Apple’s Privacy Update May Cripple Some Travel Ad Campaigns

Travel marketers need to fine-tune their digital advertising tactics in response to Apple's imminent privacy move. New data from adtech firm Criteo underscores the opportunities as well as the challenges.

Apple’s Privacy Update May Cripple Some Travel Ad Campaigns

Business Travel

Should Companies Offer ‘Hazard Pay’ to Tempt Workers to Travel Again?

Apple has reportedly offered employees a $500 daily cash bonus to fly to China. Despite a few ethical and liability questions, it's not as controversial as it sounds.

Should Companies Offer ‘Hazard Pay’ to Tempt Workers to Travel Again?