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Business Travel Article 1

Hate Lines at the Airport?  Pay to Make Them Go Away

Long lines are the bane of the airline passenger’s existence, especially during peak holiday travel. A cascade of them, from check-in to security to boarding, and then through immigration and customs clearance, isn’t just annoying: These lines can make you miss your flight, especially if navigating an unfamiliar airport, and more so if you arrive with little time to spare before takeoff, or if your connection is tight.

Even “fast lane” departure and arrival lines, meant for business- and first-class passengers, when and where offered, provide no panacea. Lines are the great leveler, like death. You may have flown to London in first class but end up waiting in the same queue as the poor guy in the middle seat at the back of the plane by the lavatory.

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Marriott Says 5 Million Unencrypted Passport Numbers Part of Breach

Following the news of the massive, four-year data security breach on November 30, Marriott International provided new updates Friday that show that the breach, while far-reaching, was not as impactful as the hotel chain originally reported.

Marriott initially reported that it estimated some 500 million guests who made a reservation at a Starwood property from 2014 to September 10, 2018 may have been impacted by the data breach. On Friday the company said it has identified approximately 383 million records that may have been compromised, but noted that the number of guests impacted is likely less than 383 million.

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Female Road Warriors: How to Protect Yourself When Traveling for Work

When we travel for business, whether it's to a neighboring city or the other side of the world, we head out with a purpose: to rock the presentation, close the deal and deliver results. We know how important travel can be for building trust with our business communities and partners, and getting business done.

This year, the Upside Travel Company reported that nearly 50 percent of all business travel bookings are for women, and this statistic is rising. With this comes the growing awareness that women face more travel safety risks compared to their male counterparts. 

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