New York, D.C., Boston & Detroit Are Most Expensive in the U.S.
New York, Washington, D.C., Boston and Detroit are the most expensive major U.S. cities for business travel, according to Business Travel News' 2010... KEEP READING U.S. Corp. Travel Per Diems Hold the Line
Hotels in particular lost pricing power compared with the previous year, while food costs stayed steady and car rental companies even gained a little... KEEP READINGInternational Per Diems Show Oil Cities' Ascendance
This year's Corporate Travel Index shows a major geographical shift in gravity of the list's most expensive cities. Last year, seven of the top 10... KEEP READINGCarriers Restoring Hong Kong Capacity
After radically cutting seat capacity on direct routes to and from the United States and Hong Kong last year, carriers have begun to put capacity back... KEEP READINGBeijing to Gain Delayed U.S. Air Lift
The World Bank this month increased its gross domestic product growth projection for China to 9.5 percent, a rise from the 8.7 percent growth the... KEEP READING