Blogs We Follow
In 2014 – Goodbye Goliaths, Hello Davids Self-professed nerd and best-selling author Malcolm Gladwell extolls the virtues of the non-behemoths in his latest work, David and Goliath. Business leaders often reference his books, Blink and Tipping Point. David and Goliath … Continue reading
While closing out 2011 we are keeping an eye on what’s ahead in 2012! We have found there are plenty of relevant and cool technology innovators out there. It’s always fun to pontificate who the winners will be and how our business will … Continue reading
When I first started my career in business travel, I can remember flying the no-longer-in-business Eastern Airlines Shuttle to/from La Guardia/NYC to Boston and Washington. What was really cool, you didn’t even need a reservation and you could actually pay on … Continue reading
One of the most fascinating discussion topics related to business travel technology is the future of aircraft design which is often overlooked when we focus on social, mobile and distribution/content developments. So for now, and while we are waiting for Boeing’s … Continue reading
For those of you who have been looking for a new flight search site, we got one for you! For years several of the well-known sites (and you know who you are) create endless clicks with pages of useless search … Continue reading
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A blog by Jim Hetzel (FlightStats, Inc.), Michael Jacques (DATABASICS, Inc.) and Theo Szymanski (Sabre Corporate Solutions). The views and opinions expressed in this blog are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of our respective employers.
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