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Farelogix Deal In Purgatory As North America Keeps Sabre Q2 GDS Bookings Afloat

Sabre's pending acquisition of Farelogix remains under review by regulators more than eight months after the two companies agreed to a deal.
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CWT's Predicted Airfare Changes From 2019 To 2020

CWT's Predicted Airfare Changes From 2019 To 2020
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Amadeus: Marketwide GDS Air Bookings Contract In Second Quarter

Amadeus reported worldwide air bookings processed by the three major global distribution system operators contracted year over year in the second quarter.
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How Business Travelers Value Wi-Fi, Apps, Keyless Entry And Other Tech In Lodging

How Business Travelers Value Wi-Fi, Apps, Keyless Entry And Other Tech In Lodging
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CWT's Predicted Hotel Rate Changes From 2019 To 2020

CWT's Predicted Hotel Rate Changes From 2019 To 2020
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Reed & Mackay Fortifies U.K. Position With Business Travel Direct

Reed & Mackay on Tuesday acquired fellow U.K.-based corporate travel agency Business Travel Direct from parent Ickenham Travel Group.
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The Beat Live Agenda Is Posted, Early-Bird Rate Expires Wednesday

The Beat is proud to present the agenda for this year's The Beat Live, taking place Sept. 17 to Sept. 19 in New York City.
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Expedia, United Postpone Court Dates To Negotiate

For the fourth time since April, Expedia and United last week asked the judge overseeing their legal dispute to postpone a court hearing on the status of their suit, this time until September, the same month their contract is set to expire.
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Egencia Lands Marquee Energy Client In BP

Oil and gas giant BP has selected Egencia as its global travel management company, unseating incumbents CWT as its TMC and Sabre GetThere as its self-booking technology provider.
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Amex GBT Chases Midmarket With Integrated Travel And Expense

When American Express Global Business Travel acquired KDS in 2016, it took ownership of an online booking system, as well as an expense reporting tool. Yet, a years-long marketing pact that former parent and now half-owner American Express had with Concur has limited the mega travel management company's ability to go full throttle at selling and marketing expense technology.
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