Rosewood Hotel Group attributed a data breach that compromised guest reservations and payment data at 16 of its hotels to a "security issue at Sabre," according to a disclosure by the hotel group Monday.
A Los Angeles resident filed a lawsuit against Sabre that seeks nationwide class action status regarding the months-long data breach of the company's Synxis Central Reservations system, which is used by tens of thousands of hotel properties.
The Beat Live '09 will be held at The Four Seasons in Austin Texas, Sept. 21-23. More announcements imminent ...
Knowing well that the next generation of travel agents won't look like the current one, Expedia-owned travel management company Egencia has adopted a program to attract and train a younger demographic of frontline counselors.
Fortune this week published its annual list of the best U.S. companies to work for, and again the only travel industry representatives are hotel companies and American Express.
Sabre on Tuesday reported that global distribution system bookings during the first three months of 2015 rose 2.7 percent year over year. Booking strength built as the quarter progressed, and momentum continued into the second quarter.
The weather across much of the country during January and February was downright frightful, but Delta shrugged off the difficulties and posted solid results for the first quarter. As usual, executives cited strong corporate revenue trends among the drivers of growth.
GuestLogix, for years a dominant force in inflight retailing and transaction processing, this month moved to extend its travel supplier merchandizing capabilities to online channels with the proposed $41.2 million acquisition of Dublin-based travel retailing tech firm OpenJaw Technologies.
Marketers know the Four P’s of Marketing: Product, Placement, Promotion and Price. And the most recent edition of The Wire…from AirPlus shows that buyers in this hotel RFP season are focused on just one: Price. However, I think there is one missing from this list…and it’s Partnership.
"Here we are at last," U.S. District Judge Lorna Schofield said Wednesday morning in a federal court here, kicking off the final day at trial in the five-year-plus antitrust case between US Airways and Sabre. At last, plaintiff US Airways, now American Airlines, and defendant Sabre made their final pleas to the jury in closing arguments.