Articles tagged “per diem”

Business Travel

Booking.com for Business — Here Are the Numbers That the Company Hasn’t Revealed

Here's a look at the stealthy Booking.com for Business. Parent company Booking Holdings has larger priorities, but this unit is growing.

Booking.com for Business — Here Are the Numbers That the Company Hasn’t Revealed

Airlines

Boeing ‘Blatantly Violated’ NTSB Rules During 737 Max Media Briefing

The federal agency has issued a blistering statement alleging that a Boeing executive disclosed “non-public” information about the January 5 Alaska Airlines accident with the press. Serious consequences will follow.

Boeing ‘Blatantly Violated’ NTSB Rules During 737 Max Media Briefing

Airlines

Activist Investor Slams Southwest’s Outlook, Says Airline is ‘Unable to Adapt’ 

Elliott Investment Management, which has a $2 billion activist stake in Southwest, was highly critical of the airline’s revenue forecast cut for the second quarter.

Activist Investor Slams Southwest’s Outlook, Says Airline is ‘Unable to Adapt’ 

Business Travel

TravelPerk Acquires AmTrav, Doubling U.S. Revenue

TravelPerk has joined a group of business travel companies making acquisitions this year, and industry decision makers say there are more to come.

Business Travel

TravelPerk Sees Corporate Travel Bouncing Back, But Not for All

TravelPerk, the business travel management startup, says corporate trip spending will regain 2019 levels by year-end. But not every company is along for the ride.

TravelPerk Sees Corporate Travel Bouncing Back, But Not for All

Hotels

IHG in Trademark Clash With Marriott Over New Hotel Brand, City Express

IHG has petitioned to cancel Marriott's newest trademark, City Express by Marriott. IHG feels the name is just a little too close for comfort to its own popular hotel brand, Holiday Inn Express?

IHG in Trademark Clash With Marriott Over New Hotel Brand, City Express

Airlines

FAA Chief Says Agency Was ‘Too Hands Off’ With Boeing Before Alaska Airlines Incident

The FAA now plans to meet with Boeing every week to keep track of the plane maker’s progress as it seeks to turn around its production and quality control processes.

FAA Chief Says Agency Was ‘Too Hands Off’ With Boeing Before Alaska Airlines Incident

Airlines

Southwest CEO Says He Won’t Resign Despite Elliott’s Activist Pressure

Jordan’s comments come just days after Elliott took a nearly $2 billion stake in Southwest, making it one of the airline’s largest investors.

Southwest CEO Says He Won’t Resign Despite Elliott’s Activist Pressure

Airlines

Getting Out of China ‘Was The Right Call,’ Qantas International CEO Says

Just months after returning to Shanghai, Qantas is due to operate its last scheduled flight to the city at the end of July. Cam Wallace tells Skift about the rationale behind the shock move.

Getting Out of China ‘Was The Right Call,’ Qantas International CEO Says

Business Travel

Short-Term Rentals Haven’t Fully Caught On for Business Travel, but They’re Getting There

The uptake of vacation rentals for business travel depends on proving safety and reliability to road warriors and travel managers.

Short-Term Rentals Haven’t Fully Caught On for Business Travel, but They’re Getting There