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Airlines' Archaic Business Model Is Teetering: Frequent Flyers Want Subscriptions

As noted in Success, Santa Barbara Style, my definition of success includes living where you want to live and making money doing what you love. For many entrepreneurs in California, including those in my hometown of Santa Barbara, achieving such success would be much more difficult if it weren’t for [...]
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