The term jet-setter is still applied to travelers heading to chic, exciting places. But by now, after years of enduring countless fees, painfully long airport waits and humiliation by way of clothing removal and body scans, travelers should know that the era when flying equated to glamour is long gone.
The battle for holiday shopper dollars continues with the launch of the most impressive-sounding price-matching policy offered yet. As it turns out, the policy isn’t being offered by a retailer, but the payment processor PayPal.
Virgin America is the equivalent of a TV show that’s a hit with critics but risks being canceled because of failing to attract enough viewers. The San Francisco–based carrier is regularly voted to the top of “best airline” …
Walt Disney Co. refinances debt associated with the struggling Euro Disney resort
Imagine riding from Philadelphia to New York in only 37 minutes, or from Boston to Washington, D.C., in just three hours on a cutting-edge, high-speed transportation network linking every major city in the Northeast — …
Purchase of Euro Disney shares the company doesn’t already own would be first step in comprehensive turnaround strategy
Sixty years ago today, the first Holiday Inn opened, and thus began the process of standardizing the hotel experience across the U.S. and the world. While most of us are grateful to find a simple, clean hotel room while on the …
Before Holiday Inn was at every interstate exit in America, it was a pioneer of the franchising phenomenon that now touches every aspect of the consumer world.
With the start of the London Summer Olympics drawing ever nearer, some Londoners are wondering if the whole thing is worth the hassle — or the cost. They’ve got good reasons to worry.