Capital expenditure forecasts are restrained from a year in the past, but most business leaders count on roughly even revenues/gross sales and earnings. Read on to learn the way business leaders plan to deal with ongoing challenges and capitalize on new opportunities in 2021. But the street ahead in 2021 isn’t just about surviving the challenges of the previous yr. Business leaders adopted a new set of business practices cast in disaster that are prone to change the way in which they innovate and function for years to come. Executives also advised us they’re thinking about extra than just day-to-day … Read More
What Should We Expect For Business Travel in 2021 Under President Biden? Here Are A Few Key Takeaways
President Biden is determined to get the Covid-19 pandemic under control. Here are some ways that might influence business travel.
Although President Biden has been in office for only a little over a week now, he’s already announced plans to get 100 million vaccine doses in 100 days to help manage the Covid-19 pandemic. In addition to the vaccine plan, the Biden administration has reinstated travel policies that were lifted by his predecessor.
The winter sun sank behind Haystack Rock on a Friday in January, turning the horizon a brilliant gold. A crowd of people swarmed in the deep purple shadow, their voices hushed by crashing waves as they took selfies at the rock and dug small fires into the sand.
January is supposed to be the slow season on the north Oregon coast, but this year – despite, or perhaps because of, the ongoing pandemic – Cannon Beach is still
By KEN RITTER, Associated Press
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Two prominent Las Vegas communications executives have sued more than 20 online travel companies for back taxes that they say should have been paid to Nevada based on hotel room rates.
On behalf of the state, Mark Fierro and Sig Rogich accuse hotel room booking services including Orbitz, Hotwire, Expedia, Travelocity, Priceline and Hotels.com of intentionally underpaying hotel taxes going back at least several years.
“There’s no way the online travel companies did this mistakenly,” Rogich said in a statement.
Their lawsuit was filed in state court in April but sealed