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CNNMoney: Stocks close out a strong weekupdated: Fri Apr 27 2012 16:39:00

U.S. stocks moved higher Friday, capping a weekly gain, as upbeat corporate results outweighed a weaker-than-expected report on first-quarter economic growth.

CNNMoney: January airfares at cheapest levels in 12 monthsupdated: Wed Jan 11 2012 05:42:00

Need to recover from the holidays? With airfare at its lowest point in a year, now is the best time to get away.

CNNMoney: Americans to forfeit $34.3 billion in vacation daysupdated: Wed Nov 30 2011 08:24:00

There's still a month to go before the end of the year, but most Americans will let their last remaining vacation days go unused.

Travel in your inbox: What to watch for with flash sales updated: Fri Nov 18 2011 09:06:00

A quick scroll through the mail on my smartphone yields attractive offers to stay at a Victorian estate on the California coast, check in at a chic New York boutique hotel for less than $125 per night or escape to Tanzania for a six-night safari.

Money Magazine: Holiday travel: 3 hotel dealsupdated: Fri Nov 04 2011 19:33:00

Hotel room prices, on average, are up 5% over last year, but these destinations are shaping up to look like real deals in late December.

CNNMoney: Will Google's flight search hurt Priceline and Expedia?updated: Wed Sep 14 2011 15:29:00

The stock rally now into its third day on Wednesday is certainly a welcome break, given the constant bombardment of bad news coming from Europe. Still, the Continent's credit crisis continues to be a major source of concern for investors.

CNNMoney: Travelers offered refunds, as well as headachesupdated: Mon Aug 29 2011 16:29:00

While Hurricane Irene's impact wasn't nearly as bad as expected, the severe weather still managed to cripple travel all along the East Coast at a time when many families were planning one last getaway before the summer's end.

CNNMoney: UGG maker and Expedia are bright spots amid the gloomupdated: Fri Jul 29 2011 14:56:00

As the general market continues to bleed due to the delay of the debt ceiling vote, investors turned their attention to stocks that stood out in the sea of red.

New wave of location-based apps mark a 'paradigm shift'updated: Fri Jul 29 2011 09:46:00

As location-based apps go, Foursquare or Gowalla will work just fine if you're looking for the spot where all your buddies are having a beer.

Coming soon: Groupon for travel dealsupdated: Wed Jun 01 2011 16:23:00

Add weekend getaways to the restaurant deals, yoga classes, cooking lessons and laser treatments Groupon dangles in front of bargain-hungry consumers. The daily deal company is set to roll out travel discounts through a partnership with Expedia.

CNNMoney: $67 billion in vacation days, out the windowupdated: Wed May 25 2011 05:19:00

All work and no play may as well be the American way.

CNNMoney: A $23,000 plane ticket to Londonupdated: Mon Apr 25 2011 05:30:00

Airfares to England next weekend are sky high, but that doesn't seem to deter many tourists eager to get there in time for the Royal Wedding.

Money Magazine: How to find hidden airfare dealsupdated: Thu Apr 14 2011 14:36:00

If you're looking to get away this summer, brace yourself: Airfares are likely to be 10% to 15% higher than last year, warns Rick Seaney, CEO of FareCompare.com.

CNNMoney: Stocks end week mostly lower as oil prices surgeupdated: Fri Apr 08 2011 16:58:00

U.S. stocks fell on Friday as oil and gold prices spiked and investors awaited news about the pending government shutdown.

CNNMoney: DOJ approves Google's ITA deal ... with caveatsupdated: Fri Apr 08 2011 13:34:00

Google can have its precious flight data company if it promises to play nice, the Department of Justice said on Friday.

CNNMoney: Stocks head for gains as shutdown loomsupdated: Fri Apr 08 2011 08:10:00

U.S. stocks were headed for a slightly higher open Friday, as oil and gold prices spiked and investors awaited news about the pending government shutdown.

CNNMoney: American Airlines reforges alliance with Expediaupdated: Tue Apr 05 2011 10:13:00

American Airlines patched things up with Expedia, allowing customers to once again shop for American flights on the travel website, the companies said.

CNNMoney: American Airlines joins forces with Priceline.comupdated: Tue Jan 18 2011 15:38:00

American Airlines said Tuesday it is entering into a ticket-selling deal with Priceline.com, after the airline severed a similar deal with Orbitz last month.

Another blow in airline ticketing warupdated: Wed Jan 05 2011 17:58:00

A company that provides airfare information to travel agents announced plans to end its relationship with American Airlines Wednesday, the latest move in a heated dispute between the airline and companies that distribute fares.

CNNMoney: Dow climbs again in 3-day winning streakupdated: Wed Jan 05 2011 16:44:00

U.S. stocks climbed Wednesday, with the Dow posting a fresh two-year high for the third day in a row, as investors started to position themselves for the new year.

Online travel site Expedia removes American Airlines flightsupdated: Mon Jan 03 2011 06:36:00

The online travel site Expedia has removed American Airlines fares and schedules, the latest move in an ongoing legal squabble between travel websites and airlines.

CNNMoney: Stocks snowed underupdated: Mon Dec 27 2010 16:32:00

U.S. stocks ended Monday mixed as investors digested a surprise interest rate hike by the Bank of China and a blizzard put a damper on post-holiday retail sales.

CNNMoney: Indian travel site jumps 89% in IPOupdated: Fri Aug 13 2010 08:40:00

Shares of MakeMyTrip Ltd. soared 89% on Thursday as the Indian travel agency made its debut on the U.S. market, in another sign of strength for online travel booking services.

CNNMoney: Travel industry roars back to lifeupdated: Wed Aug 04 2010 12:22:00

Shares of Priceline were up more than 20% Wednesday after the "Name Your Own Price" travel site announced earnings that blew away analyst expectations.

Sorry, you don't have an airline ticketupdated: Fri Jul 30 2010 11:42:00

When Linda Foy checks in for her flight, she's told she has no airline tickets. But wait! Didn't her online travel agent, Expedia, just confirm her flights? And will Expedia now refund the new tickets she must buy?

But I asked them to hold my ticketupdated: Tue Jun 22 2010 08:27:00

Lizelle Figueroa calls Expedia to hold her ticket to California. But shortly after that, she's rushed to the hospital, where she spends five weeks.

A canceled flight ... where's my refund?updated: Tue Feb 16 2010 13:56:00

Nallan Chari's flight is canceled, but his online agency is dragging its feet on a refund. The reason? The airlines involved, including Continental Airlines and Jet Airways, haven't sent the money to the agency yet. How much longer should Chari wait?

5 ways to avoid a la carte anarchyupdated: Wed Jan 27 2010 12:57:00

It used to be so simple: The price you were quoted for an airline ticket, rental car or cruise used to be the price you actually paid.

Why 2010 will be the year of the travel dealupdated: Wed Oct 14 2009 11:46:00

If you thought the travel bargains were unbelievable this year, just wait until 2010.

How the travel industry can win you backupdated: Wed Sep 23 2009 11:53:00

The travel industry wants you back.

'No waivers, no favors' reaches new heightsupdated: Tue Aug 25 2009 14:42:00

The check-in time at the Express By Holiday Inn London-Southwark is 2 p.m., but when Arthur Roach arrived at the hotel just after 11 a.m., he thought it might make an exception.

Are travel agents making a comeback?updated: Wed Aug 12 2009 08:54:00

If you've booked travel online, you may have been there.

Expedia sees rise in bookings as Jackson funeral approachesupdated: Mon Jul 06 2009 20:10:00

Internet travel agency Expedia.com has seen an uptick in bookings to Southern California airports as Michael Jackson fans and funeral goers flock to Los Angeles, California, for Tuesday's funeral.

A typo on my airline ticketupdated: Mon Jun 01 2009 14:38:00

Frank Santa Maria buys two tickets to Italy on Expedia. But when an agent misspells his wife's name, he must embark on an odyssey to ensure she'll be allowed to use her tickets. Will he be successful?

More than a yearlong wait for a refundupdated: Tue Apr 28 2009 11:32:00

Megan Gallardo cancels her flight because of a death in the family, and her online agent suggests she may get a refund. But more than a year and countless letters and faxes later, there's no sign of her $303. What gives?

Forced to buy another airline ticketupdated: Thu Mar 12 2009 08:17:00

On his return flight from Madrid to San Juan, Jose Morales is forced to buy a one-way ticket because of an error made by Expedia. Now the agency wants him to contact the airline for a refund. Can it do that? And what of its "promise" to take care of any problems that come up?

In hard times, you can bet on Vegasupdated: Mon Feb 09 2009 08:20:00

A trip to Vegas might sound like a gamble, but deep discounts make it a better bet than it's been in years.

Help! My room rate just tripledupdated: Mon Dec 22 2008 11:08:00

The nightly room rate at the Best Eastern Sovietsky Hotel in Moscow is $279. At least that's what the Expedia sales agent promises Ilan Saadia. But the hotel begs to differ when he checks in. It jacks up his rate to $839 a night. Who's right? And who should pay the bill?

Unfair fares: 5 shopping strategiesupdated: Wed Nov 26 2008 12:51:00

Andy Daniel thought he had found a terrific airfare from San Francisco to Miami for Christmas. Instead, he found a terrific disappointment.

Pick up the phone, pay twice the priceupdated: Fri Oct 03 2008 14:15:00

Joseph Dunlap runs into a snag when he tries to buy an airline ticket online for his mother. So he calls the online agency, Expedia, and is sold a ticket that costs twice the online rate. Do rates really vary by that much? Well, yes -- and no.

One frozen screen, two sets of ticketsupdated: Thu Aug 28 2008 11:49:00

When Albert Lewis tries to book airline tickets through Expedia, his screen freezes and goes black. No worries, says a company representative -- the booking didn't go through. So he makes another one. And then -- surprise! -- he discovers the first one actually went through. Should Expedia refund one of his tickets?

4 secrets for coping with airline cutbacksupdated: Tue Aug 19 2008 12:12:00

Is your flight about to be canceled?

Travel Troubleshooter: Rome will have to waitupdated: Mon Apr 14 2008 14:38:00

When Allison Fagerness' flight to Rome is canceled, she's forced to call off her vacation and return home. Her online travel agent, Expedia, promises a refund, but her airline, Alitalia, won't pay. What should she do?

How to avoid the hazards of booking travel online updated: Thu Mar 20 2008 15:38:00

A couple of years ago, online travel-booking sites such as Expedia and Travelocity began issuing service-related manifestos -- the idea being that you could contact them with problems before or during your trip, much like you would a travel agent. But read further, and you'll discover that these are promises to provide good customer service, and aren't built to protect you from the fees and penalties you may incur due to last-minute cancellations.

The best seasons to book dream getawaysupdated: Thu Feb 28 2008 10:32:00

For years, I've persuaded my family that it's my very important job that causes me to put off booking trips. But the real problem is twofold: I'm often convinced that if I plan too far ahead, something better will come along; and I'm as addicted as an online gambler to last-minute offers.

Scoring the best hotel ratesupdated: Mon Feb 18 2008 11:30:00

Travelers treat searching for hotel rates online like a game of roulette: try enough combinations (dates, locations, travel agencies), and you'll score the perfect one. But it's easy to forget that booking a room through an online travel agency means that if you need to change your travel dates or find a better deal, you may pay a penalty, often upward of $25. Add to this the fact that hotels don't reward loyalty points for stays reserved through discount booking sites, and that bargain-basement price doesn't look so appealing. Avoid pitfalls by following these approaches:

Taking the kids: Surviving the relatives this holiday seasonupdated: Thu Dec 20 2007 10:15:00

I don't know how innkeepers do it.

Confessions of an airline executiveupdated: Tue Dec 11 2007 10:13:00

Our anonymous confessor has been in airline public relations, marketing and customer relations for a decade now.

British Airways bans boardsupdated: Wed Nov 07 2007 10:37:00

CNN's Jim Boulden reports surfers and wind surfers can no longer take their equipment on British Airways flights.

Travel Troubleshooter: A reservation, but no roomupdated: Mon Sep 24 2007 16:09:00

Expedia confirms a reservation for one night in a New York hotel. But there's just one problem: the booking doesn't exist. That leaves one unhappy traveler homeless for the night -- and Janice Japa, the person who made the booking, is trying in vain to get her money back.

CNNMoney: Expedia slashes buyback plans by 80 percentupdated: Sun Jul 22 2007 22:03:00

Expedia Inc. said Monday it was cutting its plan to buy back its own shares by almost 80 percent, blaming a lack of attractive financing available in credit markets.

Travel Troubleshooter: The reservation that wasn'tupdated: Thu Jul 19 2007 22:51:00

Beth Zukowski books six airline tickets on AirTran Airways through Expedia. The online agency charges her a booking fee and bills her for flight protection insurance, but fails to buy her tickets. The reason? Her credit card was declined, it says. But her credit card company disputes the story. Now AirTran wants her to pay more than $200 extra to buy new tickets. What should she do?

Fortune: What's your house really worth?updated: Thu Feb 15 2007 11:55:00

This is what usually happens the first time you visit Zillow.com: You type in your address to check out the Zestimate, an approximation of your home's market value. It appears in a little pop-up su...

Money Magazine: 7 amazing travel secrets - revealed!updated: Wed Dec 20 2006 14:18:00

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CNNMoney: Have a hassle-free holidayupdated: Mon Nov 20 2006 11:47:00

It's going to be the busiest Thanksgiving travel period ever. There will be 25 million people taking to the skies and over 38 million hitting the highways.

Hurricane season a safer bet for travelersupdated: Wed Sep 06 2006 09:07:00

When a major storm hits the Caribbean, most airlines and hotels eventually wind up waiving the usual restrictions so that customers can change or cancel their plans free of charge. But because policies have traditionally been announced on a case-by-case basis -- and at the last minute -- you had little choice but to wait and cross your fingers. Now, after two brutal hurricane seasons, a few airlines and tour operators have taken steps to ease travelers' concerns.

Money Magazine: Last-minute travel bargainsupdated: Thu Jul 27 2006 10:16:00

It's nearly August and if you haven't planned your summer vacation yet, you're not alone: 64% of leisure travelers plan at least one of their getaways within two weeks of taking the trip and 26% plan all their vacations at the last minute, according to a poll by the Travel Industry Association.

Looking for an unusual place to stay?updated: Tue Jun 27 2006 10:17:00

Hotels.com -- to pick just one major booking engine -- says it allows customers to search among and make reservations at "more than 25,000 properties worldwide." Sounds impressive, until you realize the United States alone has more than 47,000 hotels with at least 20 rooms.

FSB: Realtor wreckersupdated: Wed Jun 14 2006 14:26:00

The 6% real estate commission has been under assault awhile, but the hits just keep coming - and are getting more sophisticated. Three Internet upstarts are the latest to take a shot.

CNNMoney: A page from the burnout chroniclesupdated: Tue May 23 2006 14:34:00

When it comes to taking vacation days, a third of U.S. workers apparently aren't members of the clean-plate club.

Business 2.0: As DSL slows, AT&T looks for alternativesupdated: Tue May 09 2006 11:51:00

As long-distance revenues plummet and customers disconnect phone lines in favor of cell phones and VOIP, DSL has provided burgeoning broadband revenues for local phone companies. But could DSL be slowing down? Business 2.0 senior writer Om Malik notes that, according to research by investment bank UBS, fewer households are signing up for DSL as a percentage of homes where the service is available. That has AT&T, for one, scrambling to provide other options, including satellite broadband, high-speed fixed wireless connections, and fiber-optic lines. The new initiatives could help AT&T serve another 11.5 million households, the company estimates.

Don't let summer hotel prices make you sweatupdated: Fri Apr 07 2006 09:38:00

Long days and a light dusting of pollen are sure signs that summer vacation is just around the corner. With hotel rates on the rise, you can find the best deals if you use the right strategies.

CNNMoney: Cut airline feesupdated: Mon Mar 20 2006 11:38:00

Airfares are up and there are fewer seats up for grabs. And if that isn't enough, airlines are padding their fares with some extra "gotchas".

Money Magazine: What's your home worth? Get a 'Zestimate'updated: Wed Feb 08 2006 01:29:00

Say "goodbye" to appraisers -- and possibly real estate agents. At least that's the promise of Zillow.com, launched Wednesday, which is headed by the founder of Internet travel company Expedia.

CNNMoney: The best dot-com you never heard ofupdated: Tue Feb 07 2006 11:09:00

NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) - Google. Yahoo! eBay. Amazon. You know what all these Internet giants do.

CNNMoney: Holiday escape savingsupdated: Wed Dec 07 2005 11:45:00

Does preparing for the holidays make you wish you could just hop on the next plane to Hawaii?

Fortune: A new way to meet at 25,000 feetupdated: Mon Oct 03 2005 00:01:00

FREQUENT FLIERS OF THE world, unite! Or at least get to know each other, says Peter Shankman, a publicist/entrepreneur who flies more than 150,000 miles a year. Shankman says he's tired of "sitting...

Money Magazine: IAC and Expedia Shares Drop After Spin-Offupdated: Sat Oct 01 2005 00:01:00

In August, InterActiveCorp spun off Expedia, and in a reverse stock split, shareholders were given one share of each for every two shares of IAC stock. Both Expedia (EXPE) and IAC shares are down s...

CNNMoney: Expedia, a stock for the long-haulupdated: Thu Sep 01 2005 11:24:00

NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - Expedia is back.

CNNMoney: Trip from hell? It's payback timeupdated: Fri Aug 05 2005 10:49:00

Had a bad trip? It could have been a delayed flight, a cruise from hell, a hotel room in need of an exterminator...whatever the complaint, we hear you.

The problem with vacationsupdated: Wed Jun 15 2005 01:05:00

Does anyone actually take vacations anymore? Pack up the wife, Alice, and the kids, go to the Grand Canyon, get lost, meet an Indian boy named Jimmy?

Business 2.0: Diller's Next Actupdated: Tue Mar 01 2005 00:01:00

Since building InterActiveCorp into an Internet giant, Barry Diller has been dogged by a persistent question: What's it all about? With businesses ranging from online travel to TV shopping to inter...

CNNMoney: End of the relaxing vacationupdated: Fri Feb 04 2005 08:49:00

There's a saying in Italian, dolce far niente, which means it is "sweet to do nothing."

Take holiday shopping on the roadupdated: Mon Nov 15 2004 09:28:00

Getting ready for the holidays is bound to involve some shopping, whether it's finding a perfect gift, a festive outfit or decorations and refreshments to prepare for the season's guests.

Business 2.0: A Man Who's Going Placesupdated: Fri Oct 01 2004 00:01:00

Within Barry Diller's online empire, InterActiveCorp, there's no business more vital than IAC Travel—which makes Erik Blachford his most important lieutenant. Overseeing Expedia, Hotels.com, Hotwir...

Money Magazine: Tour Package or Not Tour Package Used to be you'd save a bundle buying plane tickets and hotel rooms from an all-in-one travel pupdated: Wed Sep 01 2004 00:01:00

If anyone could get you a sweet deal on a vacation to Rome, you'd think it would be New Jersey-based Perillo Tours. After all, the company's website says it "pioneered the concept of the package to...

CNNMoney: Online travel stocks lose altitudeupdated: Wed May 05 2004 11:16:00

Online travel giants are ratcheting up their spending to attract more customers. And that has Wall Street worried.

Fortune: Diller.com He's struck more than $8 billion worth of deals in 18 months. Is Barry Diller's company the real thing updated: Mon May 03 2004 00:01:00

One day last Fall 400 investors and analysts gathered on Wall Street to hear a full day of presentations given by Barry Diller and the cadre of top executives at his Internet company, InterActiveC...

Money Magazine: Great Places, Great Prices (right now!) Thanks to the discount airlines, it's the best time to Travel in yearsupdated: Thu Apr 01 2004 00:01:00

For travelers, it is the best of times. Discount airlines are rapidly expanding, bringing their low fares, simple pricing, and perks like extra legroom and live TV to dozens of cities and hundreds ...

CNNMoney: How to get the best travel dealsupdated: Thu Feb 26 2004 09:57:00

Once focused on out-of-the-way airports and flying short distances, discount carriers are swooping into territory that was once exclusively dominated by majors. In the process, they're bringing fares down 30 percent to 50 percent compared with two or three years ago.

Money Magazine: Briefly...updated: Thu Jan 01 2004 00:01:00

PENALTY POINTS

Money Magazine: Best Places To Vacation Secluded beaches, fabulous skiing, a desert retreat, estates from the Gilded Age art new and old, space updated: Sat Nov 01 2003 00:01:00

WHAT'S THAT CREAKING NOISE? The days are dark and cold, and everything and everybody seems worn down--that's the sound of midwinter.

Money Magazine: Strategies: Travelupdated: Mon Sep 01 2003 00:01:00

--These days, it's been easier than ever to find a great travel deal: SARS in Asia and Canada, a backlash against the French that sent tourism in France reeling, a tough economy that left many Amer...

Money Magazine: Travel Newsupdated: Thu May 01 2003 00:01:00

DOUBLE THE FUN Believe it or not, you can hit the links and the slopes on the same day. The catch is that skiable runs can be limited this time of year--but the prices compensate for that. For $169...

FSB: That's the Ticket: The Art of Booking a Business Tripupdated: Sat Feb 01 2003 00:01:00

Online booking sites were a boon to "rogue" travelers who didn't want to listen to a travel agent. Now sites like Expedia, Orbitz, and Travelocity want to cater to a business clientele, notably sma...

Money Magazine: A Better Way To Price Car Rentalsupdated: Fri Nov 01 2002 00:01:00

For truer car-rental price comparisons, head to Travelocity.com. Unlike Expedia and Orbitz, the site now quotes a rental price that includes taxes and fees. The service is especially valuable if yo...

Money Magazine: Getting the most for your cruise dollarsupdated: Wed Sep 25 2002 11:06:00

Sure, browse the brochures for a glossy glimpse of paradise -- just ignore the prices. As with hotels, there's no reason to pay list. Here's how to get the most for your cruise dollars.

Money Magazine: Fliers' Alertupdated: Wed May 01 2002 00:01:00

When Delta announced in March that it would eliminate travel agent commissions, and five major carriers followed suit, you probably figured the move would cost you money. You were right. Expect to ...

Money Magazine: Back From The Dead Internet stocks are soaring again. Is this nuts or not?updated: Mon Apr 01 2002 00:01:00

If you were teaching Investing 101, here's the first thing you would probably warn your students: Never, ever, go near an Internet stock. Between April 2000 and October 2001, the Morgan Stanley Int...

Money Magazine: Going Into Orbitz The best way to navigate the hot new travel sites. Plus, our favorite last-minute sites.updated: Sat Sep 01 2001 00:01:00

This was supposed to be the year of one-stop online shopping for airline tickets. No longer would we have to slog through countless websites to find the best deal, we were told. We could simply go ...

FSB: Click...And Go Is the Internet the cheapest way to get from here to there? Uh, maybe.updated: Thu Mar 01 2001 00:01:00

It started with Los Angeles. I needed to get there and back, and quickly. So I called my travel agent, and she punched in my itinerary. About 96 seconds later I had an aisle seat on a major airline...

Money Magazine: Stranded at an airport recently? Cut your wait with our flight delay survival guide.updated: Mon Jan 01 2001 00:01:00

Forget air rage. Nowadays airport rage may be the more prevalent syndrome. One out of every four flights is delayed, canceled or diverted, according to the Department of Transportation (DOT), and f...

Money Magazine: Net Mobility Thanks to cell phones and PDAs, you can take the best of the Net with you when you travel.updated: Sun Oct 15 2000 00:01:00

Getting travel advice from the Internet doesn't have to end when you leave home. With a cell phone or personal digital assistant (PDA) as your travel companion, you can tap into the Net for mapping...

Money Magazine: Travel The Only Sites You Need To Plan Your Next Trip THERE ARE SOME 10,000 WEBSITES DEVOTED TO TRAVEL. BUT THERE updated: Sun Oct 15 2000 00:01:00

If it sometimes seems that there are more travel-related websites than places to travel to, well, it's indeed nearly the case: According to Web research group PhoCusWright, there are now more than ...

Money Magazine: Get There for Less Booked your summer vacation yet? Here's how to find the best price for your flight.updated: Thu Jun 01 2000 00:01:00

It seems everywhere you turn, someone's getting a deal on an airline ticket. An auctioned fare. A last-minute fare. A dirt-cheap fare. For any particular flight, there are a multitude of ticket pri...

Fortune: An Old-Line Agency Finds an Online Nicheupdated: Mon Apr 03 2000 00:01:00

Pity the travel agent. Not only have airlines been slicing their commissions thinner than the mystery meat on an in-flight sandwich, they've also had to contend with an assault from online travel s...

Fortune: Planning Your Trip on the Web DON'T FIRE YOUR TRAVEL AGENT--YETupdated: Mon Sep 06 1999 00:01:00

With companies cutting costs in order to boost earnings by every last penny, business travel has come under heavy scrutiny. Corporations have issued long lists of restrictions and slashed executive...

Money Magazine: Power Mapping Do software and Websites that map your vacation measure up to the venerable TripTik?updated: Sat May 01 1999 00:01:00

When it comes to helping drivers reach their vacation destinations, TripTiks--those individually tailored, compact but gloriously detailed maps from AAA--have long been the gold standard. As a free...

Fortune: The Travel Agents' Dilemma American Airlines' Sabre is designing Websites that protect travel agents. Microsoft updated: Mon May 11 1998 00:01:00

Last year Web surfers booked over $900 million in travel reservations. That's less than 1% of the total travel market for 1997. But Jupiter Communications predicts that total online travel sales wi...

Fortune: Microsoft: Is Your Company Its Next Meal? Now even the giants of the FORTUNE 500 have reason to fear: To maintain its historic gupdated: Mon Apr 27 1998 00:01:00

There are a few things you can say with confidence about the CEO of a typical big American company--he's rich, white, and Republican, for instance. Now you can add another: Increasingly, he's afrai...

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