Articles tagged “Zoom”

News Blog

Soaring Travel Costs Put Lawyers Back on Zoom

Rising airfares and travel costs are prompting legal professionals involved in dispute resolutions to return to video conferencing. That's according to a National Law Review article, which has highlighted how virtual proceedings are coming back after being used during the pandemic. International arbitration centers and courts became comfortable with the virtual format during lockdowns, with…

Business Travel

Banks Take on Remote Work by Picking Up Your Dry Cleaning to Get You Into an Office

As well as offices adding concierges to help staff manage daily errands like dry cleaning, banks are asking designers to retrofit buildings with a hotel feel. But is that compelling enough for commuters with longer journeys?

Banks Take on Remote Work by Picking Up Your Dry Cleaning to Get You Into an Office

News Blog

Uber’s $30 Billion Quarter Shows the Travel Recovery Is Well Underway

Taxi tech company Uber has just recorded its busiest quarter, with gross bookings reaching an all-time high of $29.1 billion in the three months to June 30, 2022. That number’s up 33 percent on the same period last year. However, losses prevail. Uber posted a net loss of $2.6 billion, with a $1.7 billion net…

Business Travel

Business Travel Surge Playing Key Role in Event Tech Bubble Burst – For Now

Virtual events don't seem to be cutting it anymore in the emerging, post-pandemic world, but business travelers should think twice before throwing away their headsets.

Business Travel Surge Playing Key Role in Event Tech Bubble Burst – For Now

Business Travel

Airbnb Will Allow Workers to Go Fully Remote Permanently

Airbnb makes its remote working policy a forever thing. That's one enormous endorsement for the shift in how we will now define our work and our lives.

Airbnb Will Allow Workers to Go Fully Remote Permanently

Business Travel

Remote Work’s Negative Side Gets Debated by European Politicians

The travel industry tends to portray remote work with Instagram-friendly images of people working on their laptops by beaches or pools, but politicians warn of psychological and social risks, gender inequality, and falling salaries. The hunt for the middle ground has begun.

Remote Work’s Negative Side Gets Debated by European Politicians

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

Airlines

Daily Podcast: Travelers Don’t Care About Carbon Offsets

Good morning from Skift. It's Monday, February 14, in New York City. Here's what you need to know about the business of travel today.

Daily Podcast: Travelers Don’t Care About Carbon Offsets

Skift Meetings

Twine Buys Glimpse to Supercharge Zoom Breakout Rooms

Software company twine, a specialized tool for networking, just announced its acquisition of Glimpse, part of the Zoom App Marketplace. This deal marks the launch of twine for Zoom, a tool that combines matchmaking software with Zoom Breakout Rooms.

Twine Buys Glimpse to Supercharge Zoom Breakout Rooms

Business Travel

Selina, WeWork, Zoom to Help Europe Craft New Remote Work Policies

Politicians writing the new rules for the remote work economy need big industry names onboard. Hopefully they'll be able to cut through Brussels' characteristic bureaucracy and define something meaningful.

Selina, WeWork, Zoom to Help Europe Craft New Remote Work Policies