10 Things Leaders Must Learn to Do…

Posted on 26 July 2013

You can get away with a lot and still make it in this world, but there are some corners you simply can’t cut.   Business leaders don’t exist in a vacuum. Success is always relative to the competition. You may have a great product, service, concept, strategy, team, whatever, but if it doesn’t rise above […]

World’s Best Hotels 2013…

Posted on 20 July 2013

Prev 1 of 52 Next Courtesy of Rosewood Hotels & Resorts Which hotels deliver the most extraordinary experiences? Check the results of Travel + Leisure’s annual survey to find out Picture a cypress-lined road in Tuscany. Now picture yourself arriving at a 10th-century former castle on more than 4,000 acres of rolling hills. Welcome to […]

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Airlines

TSA PreCheck to offer cheaper, easier way to cut lines at airports…

Posted on 20 July 2013

In a recent phone interview from his office in Washington, TSA Chief John Pistole said that he wants to vastly increase the rolls of fliers who are eligible to use dedicated lanes, where pre-approved passengers can often zip through without having to remove shoes, laptops and jackets (although they still do get screened for metallic […]

Articles

10 Things Leaders Must Learn to Do…

Posted on 26 July 2013

You can get away with a lot and still make it in this world, but there are some corners you simply can’t cut.   Business leaders don’t exist in a vacuum. Success is always relative to the competition. You may have a great product, service, concept, strategy, team, whatever, but if it doesn’t rise above […]

Cruises

Cunard Line marks down fall cruises in Europe…

Posted on 07 August 2012

Cunard Line’s 2,092-passenger Queen Elizabeth in Port of Southampton on Oct. 8, 2010. Cunard Line today is kicking off a five-day sale on more than half a dozen fall Mediterranean voyages.   The UK-based company has marked down the 10- and 12-night sailings — all on the 2,092-passenger Queen Elizabeth — by up to 60% […]

Destinations

10 surprisingly cheap European cities…

Posted on 25 July 2012

Europe is the world’s most expensive continent for U.S. travelers to visit; this probably doesn’t shock anyone who’s ventured across the Pond. You might be surprised, though, to discover which cities in Europe are remarkably affordable places to vacation. We analyzed the costs of hotel stays, meals, airfares, and activities in popular European destinations to […]

Etcetera

Egypt’s tourist industry badly hit by political unrest …

Posted on 20 July 2013

One of the biggest casualties of the political turmoil in Egypt has been the tourism industry.   It forms a large part of the country’s economy, but over the last couple of years it has been hit hard.   According to tourism officials in Luxor occupancy rates this season have slumped from approximately 80% to […]

Featured

Travel Industry Presentation…

Posted on 10 May 2013

A Site Texas Technology Summit presentation… Cancun Mexico May 6, 2013. Site Texas May 2013

Hotels

World’s Best Hotels 2013…

Posted on 20 July 2013

Prev 1 of 52 Next Courtesy of Rosewood Hotels & Resorts Which hotels deliver the most extraordinary experiences? Check the results of Travel + Leisure’s annual survey to find out Picture a cypress-lined road in Tuscany. Now picture yourself arriving at a 10th-century former castle on more than 4,000 acres of rolling hills. Welcome to […]

OP/ED

Where are the wages?

Posted on 03 October 2011

While the Federal Reserve and Administration have been focusing on creating jobs and cutting the high unemployment rate, it’s the stagnation in wages that is most likely resulting in poor growth coming out of the recession. Until the job market strengthens, workers have little room to negotiate higher earnings, and in the meantime, lower incomes […]

Quote of the Week

Quote of Week 48, 2011

Posted on 21 November 2011

“There is no such thing in anyone’s life as an unimportant day.” – Alexander Woollcott

Restaurants

Radisson Blu Prague’s Restaurant Earns Michelin Star…

Posted on 23 March 2012

  Good news for foodie sin the Czech Republic: The Alcron, the fine-dining restaurant at the Radisson Blu Hotel Prague, has been awarded its first Michelin star. The restaurant, which has only 24 seats, is headed by Czech chef Roman Paulus and offers a menu focused on fish and seafood. The Alcron opened in 1932 […]

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