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There are new inventions out there to solve some of the oldest problems for business travelers.
Fewer than 10,000 workers could get the new minimum raise adopted by the Los Angeles City Council.
Malaysia Airlines can't seem to catch a break, as even Air France's nine-day old strike doesn't appear to be sending many passengers its way.
Fares were up more than 8 percent in the second quarter, and checked-bag fees continued to climb as well.
Airlines collected $899 million in baggage fees in the second quarter. CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports reservation change fees hit a new all-time record.
Lufthansa is betting that customers will want to eat its meals even when they aren't flying, NBC News reports.
As hotels prices rise through fall, travelers are expected to hit the road, lured by new hotels, Ferrari driving packages and upgraded attractions.
Responding to a request from a millennial, Marriott is testing a new grab-and-go healthy option for its lobby.
The peer-to-peer home-sharing website Airbnb faces new opposition in New York.
Plans are advancing for a private high-speed luxury railway in Florida by the end of 2016.
American Airlines has won regulatory approval to swap flight attendants' paper manuals for lighter Samsung tablets.
Not all airline amenity kits are created equal, even among the first-class crowd.
Passengers fighting for recline space are spiking on flights, and crews are running out of options.
Airbnb is heading back in court, this time battling with its users who don't want their personal info turned over in a probe on illegal hotels.
According to internal research by audit firm EY, employees who use more vacation days end up with better performance reviews.
This is a huge loss for Orbitz, says Henry Harteveldt, Atmosphere Research, sharing his thoughts on American Airlines pulling its airfare listings from the travel site.
Asia may be seeing the strongest airline passenger growth, but its carriers are struggling to eke out profits, dented by overexpansion.
Lothar Nessmann, COO of Hotel Jen, says the re-branding of "Traders Hotel" into "Hotel Jen" will help Shangri-La Group to better cope with the demands of travelers over the next 30 years.
Smart chip cards are becoming the standard worldwide, so when you travel expect your 'old' American credit card to be rejected.
While the nation's primary passenger rail system is growing amid hopes for faster service, it's stuck with crumbling infrastructure.