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Upside Winds Down Operations

Upside Business Travel announced it is ceasing operations.

Delta Inks Travelport To 'Value-Based' Deal, Like The One AA Sued Sabre Over

Delta Air Lines and Travelport have reached a new multi-year distribution agreement that includes a "value-based commercial model," according to Delta.

STR, Tourism Economics Forecast 2022 Hotel Metrics

STR, Tourism Economics Forecast 2022 Hotel Metrics

Don't Forget To Submit Your Keynote Pitch For The Beat Live 2021

An annual tradition at The Beat Live is our call for speaker submissions open to anyone who wishes to deliver a keynote address on a topic relevant to the corporate travel industry. The deadline to submit pitches is Friday, Sept. 3.

CTM: For Potential Acquisitions, 'Our Dance Card Is Pretty Full'

Corporate Travel Management remains about a year away from operating fully as a single travel management company with Travel and Transport as it works through back-end system integration and client conversions. Even so, CTM managing director Jamie Pherous on Wednesday during the company's annual earnings call said "our dance card is pretty full" with other potential acquisition opportunities.

GUEST: The Cost Of Hidden Costs

The European Commission late last month gave Google two months to improve transparency in flight and hotel pricing. Travelport chief marketing officer Jen Catto writes that the internet giant isn’t the only one under pressure to do so.

Companies Set Sustainability Goals

Companies Set Sustainability Goals

Southwest GDS Content Strategy Unmoved By Amex GBT Audit, Fee

American Express Global Business Travel this week said it would continue to levy a $10 handling fee on Southwest Airlines bookings until the carrier achieves direct-level content parity and closes functionality gaps in global distribution systems.

Court Could Hear American's Request For Sabre Injunction Next Month

American Airlines and Sabre are gearing up for a Sept. 17 showdown on the airline's request for a temporary injunction, which, if the carrier gets its way, could block Sabre from using its New Airline Storefront or enacting value-based incentives for Delta Air Lines sales.

Amex GBT's Egencia Acquisition Nears Homestretch

American Express Global Business Travel's deal to acquire Egencia from Expedia Group is on track to close by the end of the year, now that all regulatory approvals have been satisfied and "all relevant employee consultations have been completed," Expedia CFO Eric Hart said during the company's quarterly results call on Thursday.