Has Google done you wrong? Well, then Hausfeld, an international plaintiff's firm, wants to hear from you. The firm, known for its high-profile class actions, recently launched a platform to help individuals and businesses pursue potential lawsuits against Google. The Google Redress & Integrity Platform, or GRIP, is specifically......
The latest crop of business school students have a lot of options beyond the classic finance and management classes. Check out some of these non-traditional electives.
The boys at Grain have some up coming board building classes so if you want a trip to the country to join them you need to book soon." Labor Day is here and we're looking ahead to autumn after a fast, busy summer. Fall in New England is like gold: in a way, it’s the locals' own summer. Show More Summary
Delta Air Lines has been making some serious moves in the last years to woo business travelers, redesigning its business class cabins and retooling its loyalty program to cater to high-spend customers along the way. Their latest move, profiled yesterday by Bloomberg, now targets business travelers on corporate contracts. Corporate business travel still makes up a decent volume [...]
"This case is going to have a major effect on not just Uber but all these businesses."
In a case that could potentially upend Uber's business model, a federal judge in California said a labor lawsuit against the ride-hailing company over how it classifies and pays its drivers can proceed as a class action.
Before we became voluntarily homeless, I had to attend to some business in Minneapolis in June. While Mrs. Jeffsetter was packing up our San Francisco apartment, I taught 4 classes, and delivered two speeches in a 5-day span across Minneapolis and St. Show More Summary
Finding Level 1 Delta business class awards to Europe (Sweden) – Part 1 Virgin Atlantic Upper Class outbound via Manchester – Part 2 The Escape Lounge Manchester T3 – Part 3 KLM Euro business class to Amsterdam & Gothenburg – Part 4Show More Summary
John Skipp on short stories, his new LitReactor class, and his latest collection: "The Art of Horrible People." Interview by Rob Hart Horror-bizarro legend John Skipp is a busy guy. His hit LitReactor class, The Choreography of Violence, starts this Thursday. Show More Summary
Unless we’re flying in premium cabins like business or first class, it’s highly unlikley that flight attendants will know our names or much else about us. (However, flight attendants do ask you to stop doing this…) However, Delta Airlines says that they would like to change this and “Bring humanity back“. Show More Summary
“Now you are wizards and fairies!” My improv teacher Jamie shouted with glee, and the five of us flapped our arms like wings and zapped each other with imaginary wands. We had two minutes to collectively make up a game with discernable rules about who wins, who loses, and how. [...]
One of the best uses of British Airways Avios is for travel on shorthaul flights. That's because British Airways has a distance based award chart, making short distance awards an especially good deal. The cost of airfare often isn'tShow More Summary
The Manchester United old boys are doing the business for Fenerbahce this season. Having signed from United this summer, both Robin van Persie and Nani have settled in well to the Turkish league, and have been showing their class. Nani stole the show today with a 90th minute winner Antalyaspor. Show More Summary
A few newsy nuggets from other sources that we missed on TravelSkills last week: Business traveler’s dream: Vertical takeoff and landing private jet. The New York Times examines why Gogo’s in-flight Wi-Fi pricing fluctuates. Korea’sShow More Summary
Air Canada published mistake business class prices for bundles of flight passes last week and they're refusing to honor them. The only people who got to fly were those who booked immediate travel, before Air Canada acted. I spoke toShow More Summary
The start of the school year is an exciting albeit busy time for many high school students and their families. Classes begin, extracurricular activities start up and college planning kicks into high gear. Whether students are taking on challenging course work, practicing for the SAT or creating a game plan [...]
British Airways is launching a new route, San Jose - London Heathrow, on May 4. It will be operated by a new Boeing 787-9. And business class award space is out of this world good for 2 passengers. Continue reading West Coast – Europe Business Class Awards for 2 Passengers Most Days Mid-Spring/Summer...
Yesterday I posted about how British Airways is launching flights between San Jose and London as of May 4, 2016. This represents their fourth destination in California, after Los Angeles, San Diego, and San Francisco. Perhaps the most...Show More Summary
As I mentioned in an earlier post, I redeemed 50,000 American Airlines miles to fly one-way from the U.S. to Europe in business class. The main flight of the itinerary was this one, New York to Düsseldorf on AirBerlin. When I think of flying a German airline, I usually think about flying Lufthansa through Frankfurt, […] This post was originally published on Travel Codex.
Last night, I had the pleasure of appearing on Lou Dobbs' Fox Business program to discuss the 2016 election. We ended up talking exclusively...