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Did a Major New Investor Just Find the Future of Food Startups?

The inaugural class of the FOOD-X business accelerator program include websites, apps, and delivery services. Get familiar with these new companies, they might just be the future of food. At least, that's the bet that FOOD-X — the "food...Show More Summary

Air Canada Business Class Award Seats To Delhi & Dubai

As I wrote about last week, Air Canada is launching some exciting new Boeing 787 routes next November. Air Canada will launch nonstop 4x weekly Boeing 787 flights between Toronto and Delhi as of November 1, 2015. The flight will operate...Show More Summary

It’s Hard To Believe That This Super Expensive Fitness-Concierge Really Exists

SIN workouts, a two-year-old fitness-concierge business (New Yorkers love words like concierge and boutique), recommends and books fitness classes for clients for $350 a month — and no, that fee doesn’t include the additional cost of classes, which in New York City are astronomical at best. Show More Summary

Qantas First Class Lounge LAX Now Open

The new Tom Bradley International Terminal at LAX is arguably the most gorgeous airport terminal in the United States. It also features some of the nicest shared lounges, like the Star Alliance First & Business Class Lounge. The business class section of the Qantas/oneworld lounge opened within the past six months. Show More Summary

The Airlines with Premium Economy Seats Actually Worth Paying For

Between coach and first or business class lies "premium" economy seats. For a price, you get more legroom and amenities—but not all airlines' offerings may be worth the upgrade. Read more...

AK: Alaska Airlines' 'Alaska Beyond' Concept is All Good News for Economy Class

5 days agoLifestyle / Travel : Jaunted

It seems that calling an airline class by "Economy" or "Business" or "Coach" is no longer cool. 2014 has seen the launch of "JetBlue Mint," "Delta One," and now, "Alaska Beyond." Instead of a cosmetic rebrand, Alaska Airlines is investing millions to update their entire in-flight experience with huge benefits for the economy traveler. Show More Summary

Enter for a Chance to Win a Flight For Two in Business Class With Giftmassive Giveaway by Air Canada

5 days agoTravel / Air Travel : The Gate

Participate in the Giftmassive Giveaway by Air Canada everyday until December 24, 2014, and you could win a surprise discount on your next flight operated by Air Canada — or perhaps even a free flight. You may keep the prize; or spread some holiday cheer by sending it to a friend. Show More Summary

Apple’s appeal of last year’s ebook ruling begins today

Apple is having a busy time in court at the moment. Not only is it defending the iPod DRM class action, but is this morning beginning its appeal of the verdict of last year’s ebook trial. The court ruled that Apple was guilty of anti-competitive practices in two ways. First, the company asked publishers to switch […]

my people are the best

December is off to a great start. The first week was filled with finishing up classes and projects. Busy is an understatement. After the second week I was really struck by how awesome the people around me are. Let me 'splain. These are my coworkers. Show More Summary

Fiat Chrysler Australia to become “world class”, says new boss

last weekVehicles / Cars : Car Advice

The new head of Fiat Chrysler Australia is set to change the pace of the Italian-American company as it seeks to grow further through better business management and customer retention. Arriving from his home town of Detroit, Michigan, Patrick Dougherty, the new CEO of Fiat Chrysler Australia, is determined to make his time in Australia [...]

Air France New Business Class To Los Angeles As Of June 1, 2015

Air France is presently refreshing their cabins as part of their "Best and Beyond" project, whereby they're investing 500 million Euros in new cabins. As part of this, Air France is going from offering angled flat seats in business class, to reverse herringbone seats, which are fully flat and feature direct aisle access. Show More Summary

The Big Bang. The Lean LaunchPad explodes at University of Maryland

The University of Maryland is now integrating the Lean LaunchPad® into standard innovation and entrepreneurship courses across all 12 colleges within the University. Over 44 classes have embedded the business model canvas and/or Customer Discovery including a year-long course taken by every single one of its bioengineering majors. It’s made a big bang. Here’s the story […]

Singapore Reverses Course, Agrees to Honor Mistake Fare

Last week I reported that Singapore Airlines was refusing to honor a business class mistake fare between Sydney and London. It wasn’t a cheap fare — about US$3000 roundtrip — but apparently intended as an economy rather than a business class fare. Show More Summary

Have emotional support animals gone too far?

In my 18 years as a flight attendant, I've pretty much seen it all and then some, including a monkey seated in business class. She was on her way to the Today show, and even though all I served her on the five-hour flight was a cup of...Show More Summary

What is the Correct Way to Serve Warm Nuts on an Airplane?

last weekLifestyle / Travel : Jaunted

A Korean Air Airbus A380 was delayed on departure from New York's JFK Airport for a very nutty weird reason Friday; there was an onboard disagreement over the presentation of the warm nuts given to Business and First Class flyers before takeoff. Show More Summary

American Lie Flat Business Class Seats Coming To 757

As part of their "Going For Great" campaign (a slogan which I find peculiar yet remarkably honest, since American is admitting they're not great), American announced $2 billion in customer improvements over the coming years. Now, a lot of the stuff in the press release has already been announced and is in the process of being implement. Show More Summary

Flight Review: Business Class on China Airlines’ Boeing 777-300ER

China Airlines’ Boeing 777-300ER – Photo: Jeremy Dwyer-Lindgren When China Airlines unveiled its new Boeing 777-300ER back in early October of this year, it was clear that this airplane was something special. Photos and videos of the new interior—outfitted with a snazzy new business cabin, homages to Taiwanese culture, and a small library—quickly made [...]Show More Summary

Could a redesigned alcohol wipe help prevent the spread of disease?

Eighty-percent of infectious diseases are transmitted by touch, which makes hand hygiene one of the most effective ways to prevent the spread of infection. To match the busy lifestyles of everyday people, class of 2016 student Önalan took the convenient consumer

Why Are There Three Places To Sharpen in Lightroom?

Good mornin’ everybody! OK, so I had planned on posting my field report on the Canon 100-400mm today, but I haven’t finished it (it’s been a really busy week), and now I’m off to tape some classes at the studio, and blah, blah, blah — it’s not done. Totally my fault (it’s the old “tooContinue...

I've Finally Figured Out How To Fly First Class For The Price Of Coach

I flew from New York to London the other day. All else being equal, like most people, I would rather fly Business Class or First Class than Economy Class. But all else is distinctly not equal. So I don't. Happily, with some help from my wife, I have finally figured out how to fly First Class for the price of coach. Show More Summary

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