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Teplis-Backed SPAC Seeks More Time To Land Travel Tech M&A Target

A special purpose acquisition company helmed by the CEO of Georgia-based travel management company Teplis Travel has asked shareholders to vote to extend a deadline as it works to seal a deal with "a leading global travel technology business."
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Travel Managers Assess Suppliers’ Diversity, Equity And Inclusion Initiatives

Travel Managers Assess Suppliers DEI
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Psngr1's Funding Woes Highlight New Entrants' Risky Business

A funding shortfall has put Psngr1's future in jeopardy. The corporate online booking tech entrant last week notified agency partners of a business suspension as it parted ways with execs and scrambled for a financial lifeline.
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DOT Committee To Host Ancillary Fee Disclosure Meeting Ahead Of Rulemaking

A committee chartered by the U.S. Department of Transportation that evaluates aviation consumer protections and makes recommendations to the Transportation Secretary will address at a public meeting this month the issue of airline ancillary fee disclosures. The meeting is scheduled ahead of DOT's planned notice of proposed rulemaking on airline ancillary fee information in sales channels.
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What Corporate Travelers Want For Well-Being

Corporate Traveler Wellbeing
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INTERVIEW: CWT Head Of Global Pricing Brady Jensen Talks Subscription Model

CWT this week introduced to the market a new subscription-based pricing and billing option for clients and prospects. Vice president of finance and head of global pricing Brady Jensen spoke with The Beat about the model's development and structure and the benefits CWT sees for itself and customers.
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Newly Appointed Concur Travel President Signals 'More Focus On Travel'

SAP's move last month to name Charlie Sultan president of Concur Travel, a new role at the company, is one that signals "more focus on travel," he said in an interview.
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Domestic And Short-Haul Business Trips Back To 2019 Levels

Domestic And Short Haul Business Trips Back To 2019 Levels
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'Status Quo' Prevails In Jury Verdict On Sabre, US Airways

Last week's jury verdict in a long-running antitrust case, which found for Sabre on one claim but US Airways on another, is unlikely to bring about significant change in airline distribution.
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Extended-Stay Occupancy, Average Rate Climb In Q1

Extended Stay Occupancy Average Rate Climb In Q1
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