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Articles tagged “business travel”

Hotels

Luxury Resorts Attract Investors as Business Travel Rebounds

As long as airfares are relatively stable and group business travel continues to recover, then investors see luxury resorts as ripe for further development.

Luxury Resorts Attract Investors as Business Travel Rebounds

Business Travel

Malware Invades High-End Hotels’ Wi-Fi to Spy on Traveling Executives

This is, unfortunately, happening even more than traveling executives and employees know. Identifying malware will help individuals and hotels protect themselves and their guests against future attacks.

Malware Invades High-End Hotels’ Wi-Fi to Spy on Traveling Executives

Rental Cars

Morgans Stanley Says ‘Yes’ to Business Travel via Uber

It saves Morgan Stanley money and makes their employees happy -- what's not to like about using Uber?

Morgans Stanley Says ‘Yes’ to Business Travel via Uber

Online Travel

Understanding the Digital Habits of Millennial Business Travelers

As digital devices augment all levels of the trip for travelers, the business traveler is navigating a landscape both fueled and complicated by the increasing autonomy that mobile technology provides to the individual. Here's how to understand it a little better.

Understanding the Digital Habits of Millennial Business Travelers

Business Travel

Business Travelers Unsure if ‘Bleisure’ Travel Is Allowed, But Doing It Anyway

It's understandable that companies want employees to keep business as the focus of a business trip, but if these trips make employees more worldly, help them relax and incorporate family time, employees will likely be more productive in the office and companies can't keep ignoring discussing their policies.

Business Travelers Unsure if ‘Bleisure’ Travel Is Allowed, But Doing It Anyway

Business Travel

Business Travelers Find Ways to Reduce Trip Costs and Share in the Spoils

Make the savings personal and then business travelers are willing to find ways to save their companies money -- even if it means an added layover or a smaller hotel room.

Business Travelers Find Ways to Reduce Trip Costs and Share in the Spoils

SkiftX

No Bidding War for Concur as SAP Made the Only Acquisition Offer

What does it mean that there was only one bidder, SAP, for Concur? There are only a handful of companies -- perhaps Oracle, IBM, the Priceline Group, and American Express -- that have both the resources to pay more than $8 billion for an acquisition and have an interest in making a business out of travel technology for corporations. In addition, Concur still has plenty of skeptics.

No Bidding War for Concur as SAP Made the Only Acquisition Offer

Airlines

Airlines Mull How to Measure Loyalty: Points or Dollars?

To switch to revenue-based loyalty programs or not to switch? Many airlines are just doing the math, and anticipating the outcry.

Airlines Mull How to Measure Loyalty: Points or Dollars?

Business Travel

Travel Habits of Americans: Only 10 Percent of Americans Travel Frequently For Business

In a very mature business travel market like the United States, there is still a lot of growth left -- especially at the younger end of the market.

Travel Habits of Americans: Only 10 Percent of Americans Travel Frequently For Business

Business Travel

Concur and SAP Emails to Employees Cover the Future in an SAP Context

The SAP-ization of Concur won't begin in earnest until after the acquisition closes toward the end of this year or early in 2015. Decisions haven't been made yet as to how their overlapping products will blend together.

Concur and SAP Emails to Employees Cover the Future in an SAP Context