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Growing demand and cautious capacity driving up costs in Europe

If you plot the volume of business travel bookings in Europe over the past 12 months, you get what looks remarkably like a roller coaster diagram. After a 2020 of minimal business travel, transactions increased steadily in 2021 and accelerated well until the omicron variant of Covid-19 materialized. Omicron “put …

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How to talk to loved ones

Empathy for the plight of the Ukrainian people is quite natural and appropriate. But the constant flow of upsetting news can harm the mental well-being of vulnerable people, like children and people who have experienced their own traumatic events. Medical News Today has sought advice from psychotherapists on how to …

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Online Travel Update: Effects of Recent Egencia Acquisition Beginning to Be felt at Amex GBT; Uber seeks super app status; and Expedia Group are now a preferred redistributor for IHG | Foster GarveyPC

What a week he saw the horrific events unfold in Ukraine. Our thoughts and prayers are with those living in Ukraine or their families in Ukraine. Booking Holdings fourth quarter earnings call(“Glenn Fogel, CEO of Booking Holdings Inc. (BKNG), on Q4 2021 Earnings – Earnings Call Transcript,” February 23, 2022 …

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Business Travel Insurance Market by Key Player-Assicurazioni Genarali (Italy), Allianz (Germany), Seven Corners (US), Travel Safe Insurance (US), USI Insurance Services (US), MH Ross Travel (USA), American International Group (USA), AXA Group (France), Chubb (USA),

Global Business travel insurance market research is an intelligence report with meticulous efforts undertaken to study the correct and valuable information. The data that has been reviewed takes into account both existing top players and upcoming competitors. The business strategies of key players and new industries entering the market are …

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Low-Cost Airline Will Offer Service Via Nashville | Tourism

Breeze Airways will introduce service via Nashville International Airport in May. According to a statement, Utah-based Breeze will add service connecting BNA to the following cities: Akron/Canton, Ohio (Thursdays, Fridays, Sundays and Mondays starting May 26. One-way fares start at $39, with round-trip tickets at $89) Tulsa, Oklahoma (Thursdays and …

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The best time to use your points and airline miles

Frances Meredith of Raleigh, North Carolina, used an American Airlines-branded credit card for everything from groceries to medical expenses during the pandemic, racking up points with nowhere to spend them. It meant she had a lot to redeem when her family of four decided it was time for a winter …

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Apple orders company staff to return to the office once a week from April 11 after multiple delays

Apple is ordering company staff to return to the office once a week from April 11 after multiple delays – with workers told they will have to be back at least three days a week by May 23 Apple’s CEO announced return-to-office timelines in a Friday memo US personnel must …

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Travel Bag Market Share, Trends, Research Report, Business Model 2022 – Business Ethics

The report presents itself as a smart and in-depth assessment tool as well as an excellent resource that will help you secure a position of strength in the world. travel bag market. It includes Porter’s Five Forces and PESTLE analysis to provide your business with critical insights and comparative data …

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EXPLANATOR: How is the Russian-Ukrainian war related to religion?

Ukraine’s tangled political history with Russia has its counterpart in the religious landscape, with Ukraine’s majority Orthodox Christian population split between an independent-minded group based in Kiev and one loyal to its patriarch in Moscow. But while there have been calls for religious nationalism in Russia and Ukraine, religious loyalty …

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TABULA RASA HEALTHCARE, INC. Management’s Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations (Form 10-K)

Management's Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations is designed to provide a reader of our financial statements with a narrative from the perspective of management on the Company's financial condition, results of operations, liquidity and certain other factors that may affect future results. The following discussion …

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ESPERION THERAPEUTICS, INC. Management’s Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations (Form 10-K)

You should read the following discussion and analysis of our financial condition and results of operations together with our financial statements and related notes appearing elsewhere in this Annual Report on Form 10-K. In addition to historical information, this discussion and analysis contains forward-looking statements that involve risks, uncertainties and …

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A once-thriving tourism business is down to just 1%

With his tourist business booming all year round, David Gatward-Ferguson felt “bulletproof”. Tens of thousands of visitors from around the world flock to its Queenstown-based operation each year. A Nomad Safari excursion overlooking Wakatipu. (Source: David Gatward-Ferguson) But a threat few saw coming – Covid-19 – is having a grip …

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Marriott sees slow but improving business travel performance

Marriott International for the fourth quarter of 2021 saw year-over-year progress in key performance indicators, even narrowing some gaps in the fourth quarter of 2019 numbers, company executives said at a conference. telephone on Tuesday. Most of the progress, however, was attributed to leisure demand, which continued to outpace business …

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Boracay offers COVID-19 reminders to tourists

THE ISLAND WAIT FOR YOU | Some beaches on Boracay Island are still empty in this photo taken February 10. Just two days later, 20 foreign tourists have returned to the resort island in nearly two years after travel restrictions were eased for fully vaccinated travelers from other countries. . …

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State of the State 2022: Tourism industry will return as a ‘bright spot’ for Arkansas’ economy

COVID-19 was anything but hospitable for Arkansas’ recreation and hospitality industry. Jobs in the sector hit a record high of 122,900 in December 2019. Just four months later, employment in the sector would drop nearly 39% to around 75,100 jobs in April. In the decade before the pandemic, the sector …

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Two faculty members continue their studies abroad in Italy

TUNA in Florence Their work in Florence, however, extends beyond the summer semester. For example, in February 2020, the Robins (written for simplicity) found themselves in Florence planning a THON program with ISI-Florence, their partners there for many years. “We wanted to take THON overseas,” they explained. The event was …

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The Day – Mystic Seaport predicts a busy 2022

Stonington – After rebounding from the COVID-19 pandemic with strong attendance figures in 2021, officials at the Mystic Seaport Museum plan to unveil two major new exhibits this year, enhanced food offerings and events, and more opportunities for visitors go out on the Mystic River in boats. Museum Seaport President …

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Leon Farley Obituary (2022) – Novato, CA

Leon Alex Trevor Farley May 6, 1935 January 6, 2022 Leon Farley of Greenbrae died peacefully at his home on January 6, with wife Karen Metz by his side. Leon loved words. And a proper lunch. Anything UCLA. Premier League football. A cold beer after a long tennis match. He …

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Significant increase in nonimmigrant visa fees expected by September

The Biden administration has proposed raising fees on almost all nonimmigrant visas. While U.S. officials say the move is necessary to better align visa prices with what it costs to provide them, critics worry that unless the administration tackles visa wait times, rising costs could mean even fewer travelers and …

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OAG: Hawaiian and Delta Top 2021 N. American Airlines On Time

Hawaiian Airlines, closely followed by Delta Air Lines, tops travel data provider OAG’s list of the 50 most punctual airlines and airports in 2021 worldwide. Airline rankings are based on available seat-kilometres for the whole year, while airport rankings are based on departing seats with a minimum threshold of 2.5 …

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SD journalism groups condemn killings of Mexican journalists

SAN DIEGO (CNS) — Journalism organizations in San Diego on Tuesday denounced the killing of three Mexican journalists in the past month and called for additional protections for reporters working south of the border. The murders, one in the eastern Mexican city of Veracruz and two in Tijuana, have not …

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HealthSearch Partners Recruits New CEO for Maury Regional Health

January 24, 2022 – HealthSearch Partners recently appointed Davin Turner as Managing Director of Maury Regional Health, a three-hospital health system located in Columbia, TN. This project was managed by Senior Director and Co-Founder Barry Cesafsky with assistance from Chief Operating Officer Laura Conley. Together, they worked closely with Maury’s …

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Hundreds of Thousands of Canadians Travel Abroad Despite Omicron

Despite growing concerns around the world last fall about the new COVID-19 variant, Omicron, Sandy Long and her husband left on November 28 for a 10-day vacation in Mexico. Long said they felt comfortable traveling as they planned to take strict security measures. Additionally, the couple hadn’t been overseas in …

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COVID-19 updates: US begins taking orders for COVID testing as Oregon schools grapple with infection spike

The COVID-19 virus. OPB Many of the COVID-19 challenges Oregonians face today are deeply familiar. Nearly two years into the pandemic, the state is still trying to balance the risk of spreading the virus in the classroom with the benefits of in-person instruction in schools; struggling with access to testing; …

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Cruise-dependent travel agents seek alternatives after another CDC warning

Skift grip Travel agents should have expected a development to make selling cruises difficult, as the cruise industry has been so volatile since the pandemic began. It is now clear for many agents to find ways to be less reliant on booking cruises. Rashaad Jordan Many travel advisers saw the …

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Dive into winter with these 11 seasonal events

Winter is in full swing and we have organized several events, both indoors and outdoors, to keep you active and having fun. Even with weather less than a wonderland and the disruptions brought on by omicron, Mainers can’t help but make the most of this longest of seasons, and we’ve …

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EMEA People News In Brief (January 17, 2022)

LONDON — Citigate Dewe Rogerson has hired former Hawthorn Advisors chief executive Lorna Cobbett as its new chief executive. The agency also promoted Kevin Smith and Caroline Merrell to managing directors. MD Chris Barrie leaves the agency after 22 years to become director of corporate affairs and investor relations at …

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Headwinds are picking up as business travel picks up again in 2022

A resurgence of business travel is critical to a full recovery of the travel industry and the global economy from the pandemic. Before the pandemic, company brochures constituted about 12% of total travelers and up to 75% of airline profits, and companies spent more than $ 300 billion annually on …

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Acorda Therapeutics: John Varian Joins Acorda Therapeutics Board of Directors – Form 8-K

John Varian Joins Acorda Therapeutics Board of Directors ARDSLEY, NY – January 3, 2022 – Acorda Therapeutics, Inc. (Nasdaq: ACOR) today announced that John Varian has joined its board of directors effective January 1, 2022. “We are delighted that John has joined the Acorda Board of Directors,” said Ron Cohen, …

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Biden addresses nation a year after Jan 6 attack on Capitol – live updates

President Joe Biden has marked a year since the January 6 assault on the United States Capitol with a fiery speech berating violence and former President Trump’s attempts to overthrow the 2020 election that made Mr. Biden president. “We will make sure that the will of the people is heard,” …

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After his son’s suicide and the January 6 attack, Rep Jamie Raskin isn’t giving up

A year ago, Representative Jamie Raskin, D-Md., Suffered two unimaginable traumas in the span of a single week. On New Years Eve 2020, her 25-year-old son Tommy committed suicide after succumbing to mental illness. Then, on January 6, 2021, just a day after Tommy’s funeral, Raskin was at work at …

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New Year brings more canceled flights for air travelers | Economic news

By DAVID KOENIG, Editor of AP Airlines For air travelers, the New Year picked up where the old left off – with great frustration. As of late Saturday afternoon on the east coast, more than 2,600 US flights and nearly 4,600 worldwide had been canceled, according to the FlightAware tracking …

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Space tourism took off in 2021, here’s how it happened

Blue Origin’s New Shepard rocket launches passenger carrying Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon and … [+] space tourism company Blue Origin, his brother Mark Bezos, Oliver Daemen and Wally Funk, from their spaceport near Van Horn, Texas on Tuesday, July 20, 2021. (AP Photo / Tony Gutierrez) ASSOCIATED PRESS After …

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How air travel has changed in 2021

Editor’s Note – Subscribe to Unlocking the World, CNN Travel’s weekly newsletter. Receive news about opening and closing destinations, inspiration for future adventures, plus the latest in aviation, food and drink, where to stay and other travel developments. (CNN) – It has been another eventful year for aviation. As we …

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Over 6 lakh daily cases across India likely by mid-January due to Omicron lockdowns looming, experts say

“We have seen new cases triple in Mumbai in just 1.5 days. The positivity rate stood at 8.14% on Thursday. Given the highly transmissible nature of the Omicron variant, if cases double every other day, we will have 6 lakh cases per day in the country by January 15th. Even …

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A year of space tourism, flights to Mars, the rise of China

From the Mars Ingenuity helicopter’s first powered flight over another world to the launch of the James Webb Telescope that will scan the first epoch of the Universe, 2021 has been a huge year for mankind’s space efforts. Beyond scientific milestones, billionaires fought to reach the Last Frontier first, an …

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COVID continues to make air travel unpredictable, but carriers are in better shape than they were last year

Air travel during the holidays always has the potential to be a logistical nightmare. But that was especially true this year, as carriers canceled thousands of flights around Christmas. Airlines have tried to prepare for staff shortages by offering incentives for pilots and flight attendants to work while on vacation. …

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Members’ travel expenses abroad increase by 177 pc

Economy Members’ travel expenses abroad increase by 177 pc Tuesday, December 28, 2021 Parliament buildings in Nairobi. PHOTO FILE | NMG By JOHN MUTUAMore from this author Summary Overseas travel spending by government officials increased by 1 billion shillings in the three months ended September compared to a similar period …

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News from the entire cantonal region

New genealogical resourceat the Rodman Public Library ALLIANCE – The Rodman Public Library has a new database, Heritage Hub, which will facilitate research by genealogists and historians. An addition to NewsBank, HeritageHub lets you explore your family history with a collection of American obituaries and obituaries from across the country …

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Billy Bishop Marilyn Bell I Airport Now Canada’s First True Zero Emission Lithium-Ion Electric Ferry

PortsToronto, owners and operators of Billy Bishop Airport, today celebrated the return to service of the Marilyn Bell I after its conversion to 100% electricity. In service since 2010 and upgraded to biodiesel in 2018, the ship’s diesel generators and engines were retired in 2021 to make way for a …

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Namibia: Travel bans – Tourism companies each bleed N $ 2.1 million in a week

Travel bans: tourism companies each bleed N $ 2.1 million in a week News – National | 2021-12-14 by Shelleygan Petersen TOURISM companies have received cancellations through 2022, signaling one of Namibia’s most serious tourism crises in the past two years. The tourism and hospitality sectors in Botswana, Namibia, Zambia …

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4 charts show what the travel industry looks like 2 years after Covid started

Despite the rise of the omicron variant, the travel industry is showing signs of recovery. Olga Khorkova | iStock Editorial | Getty Images After a year of heavy losses, the travel industry is finally showing signs of a rebound – even as the emergence of the omicron variant of Covid-19 …

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Covid Live Updates: Omicron, Vaccines and Mandate News

Rockefeller Center in Manhattan. A statewide mask mandate goes into effect Monday, forcing all businesses and public spaces that do not verify vaccine status to require a mask.Credit…Karsten Moran for The New York Times Starting Monday, when New Yorkers hit a store for a quick purchase, they will again need …

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AAT Kings Tours, Contiki, G Adventures and Intro Travel among the key players

DUBLIN, December 13, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The “Australia Adventure Tourism Market By Type, By Business By Type Of Traveler By Age Group, By Sales Channel: Industry Opportunity Analysis And Forecast, 2021-2027. “ the report was added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The Australian adventure tourism market is in a growth …

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CEO says obstacles remain to tourism industry recovery

MIAMI – When the coronavirus pandemic disrupted daily life last year, forcing businesses to shut down and keep people at home, tourism practically came to a halt. In casino-rich Las Vegas, the local economy has been devastated by the epidemic as more than 30% of the workforce was unemployed at …

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Hazleton, UAEU students reflect at symposium on intercultural collaboration

HAZLETON, Pa .– Separated by thousands of miles and a 20-hour time difference, students from Penn State Hazleton and the University of the United Arab Emirates (UEAU) recently came together virtually to reflect on a week-long collaboration dedicated to understanding and developing a larger worldview. . The Cross-Cultural Collaboration Symposium …

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Bitfarms Appoints COO, Announces

TORONTO, Ontario and BROSSARD, Quebec, December 9, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Bitfarms Ltd. (NASDAQ: BITF // TSXV: BITF), a global Bitcoin self-mining company, today appointed Geoff Morphy as the COO of Bitfarms, in addition to his role as chairman. In addition, the Company has granted stock options to officers, directors, …

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Greece # 1 Tourist Destination in Global Traveler’s Tested Reader Survey Awards

NEW YORK – Once again, Greece has been selected from the United States for another honor in 2021, demonstrating the strength of Greek tourism in the demanding American market. Greece was named the best tourist destination at the 18th edition of Global Traveler’s GT Tested Reader Survey Awards, which were …

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“The legacy of cancer could be worse than the damage caused by Covid”

General practitioners have long been known as the “gatekeepers” of the NHS; adjudicators whether or not patients undergo testing or specialist assessment. But research has repeatedly shown that this system can contribute to low cancer survival rates in the UK, creating delays and bottlenecks in accessing care. A 2019 study …

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Amazon executive says Omicron impact on vacation spending uncertain, Retail News, ET Retail

NEW YORK: A senior Amazon.com Inc executive said it was still too early to predict the impact of the Omicron coronavirus variant on consumer spending during the holiday season, but suggested buyers will continue for the moment. “It’s very early in the process of figuring out what’s going on with …

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Covid-19: Travel bans are not the solution to stop the new Omicron variant

The discovery of the B.1.1.529 variant of SARS-CoV-2, which the World Health Organization (WHO) has called Omicron, has raised global concern and widespread alarm. The WHO has classified Omicron as a “variant of concern” because it has a wide range of mutations. This suggests that vaccines and treatments might be …

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FDA approves first treatment for common type of post-transplant infection resistant to other drugs

For immediate release: 23 November 2021 Today, the United States Food and Drug Administration approved Livtencity (maribavir) as the first drug for the treatment of adults and pediatric patients (aged 12 years and over and weighing at least 35 kilograms) with infection. / post-transplant cytomegalovirus (CMV) disease that does not …

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Traveling for Thanksgiving to Sarasota-Bradenton? Here is what you need to know

With its growing population and airport busier than everIt’s safe to say that the Sarasota-Bradenton area will be a travel epicenter for Thanksgiving. Punta Gorda Airport in Charlotte County has 29 arrivals and 29 departures the day before Thanksgiving, and a total of 62 flights the following Sunday. Sarasota-Bradenton International …

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Alaska, JetBlue among most pet-friendly airlines, as demand increases 950%

Demand for pet-friendly airlines has climbed 950% in the past 12 months, a Next vacation report said. Alaska Airlines and JetBlue rank among the best, the travel service said in a press release. “Traveling with pets is more common than ever,” added Naveen Dittakavi, CEO of Next Vacay. Loading Something …

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Alpine country stranded again, suspending tourism at the start of the holiday season

(CNN) – Austria has introduced unprecedented new Covid measures, Ireland is under curfew at midnight, but India has reopened its doors to vaccinated tourists. Here are some of the biggest developments in travel this week: It’s starting to look a lot like … confinement Austria will impose national containment on …

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Baby Travel Bags Market Size 2021 Key Strategies, Applications, Trends and Opportunities

Reports Globe has published a new research study on the Global Baby Travel Bags Market 2021 by manufacturer, region, type and application, forecast for 2026, which promises a comprehensive review of the market, clarifying past experiences and trends. Based on these past experiences, it offers a forecast for the future …

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Business Travel Backpacks Market Size 2021 Rigonal Share Growth, Size Value, Trends, Outlook by 2026 | Matein, OGIO, Samsonite, Timbuk2

New Jersey, United States, – Global Business Travel Backpacks Market research report provides qualitative and quantitative insights related to industry growth rate, market segmentation, Business Travel Backpacks market size business travel, on demand and income. Current trends that may affect the future prospects of the Drum Unloading Systems market will …

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ZIX CORP MANAGEMENT DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS OF THE FINANCIAL POSITION AND OPERATING RESULTS (Form 10-Q)

NOTE ON FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS AND RISK FACTORS Statements in this report which are not purely historical facts or which necessarily depend upon future events, including statements about trends, uncertainties, hopes, beliefs, anticipations, expectations, plans, intentions or strategies for the future, may be forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 21E …

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Arkansas to receive $ 3 million from federal government to support tourism rebound

through Talk Business & Politics Staff ([email protected]) 5 minutes since 5 views Arkansas will receive more than $ 3 million in federal grants to support travel, tourism and outdoor recreation. The announcement was made Monday, November 8 by US Secretary of Commerce Gina M. Raimondo. The state grant funding is …

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Pre-market inventories: Travel inventories rise as US reopens to tourists

What’s happening: Airlines stocks rallied this month in anticipation of easing restrictions, which investors say will trigger an increase in bookings from people who have not been cleared to make the trip for about 20 months. Actions of American Airlines (AAL) and Delta Airlines (DAL) are up 14% and 13% …

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LUMOS PHARMA, INC. MANAGEMENT’S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS OF FINANCIAL POSITION AND OPERATING RESULTS (Form 10-Q)

The following discussion and analysis should be read in conjunction with the unaudited condensed consolidated financial statements and notes thereto included in Part I, Item 1 of this quarterly report on Form 10­Q for the quarter ended September 30, 2021 (this "Quarterly Report"). This Quarterly Report contains forward-looking statements within …

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Rock City Wins Tourism and Other Business News Award

Rock City attraction wins tourism award Rock City’s Enchanted Garden of Lights won a Shining Example Award in the South East Tourism Society’s Event of the Year category. STS recognizes tourist destinations in 13 southern states and has selected the Enchanted Garden of Lights from among the 20 nominees for …

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Hyatt returns to profits with plans to offload more real estate

Hyatt’s strong third quarter reflected strong demand for leisure travel and real estate sales. Hyatt Hyatt is finally back in the dark. The Chicago-based hotel company on Thursday reported third quarter profit of $ 120 million, the company’s profitable first quarter from the pandemic and a large gain from the …

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KFORCE INC MANAGEMENT DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS OF THE FINANCIAL POSITION AND OPERATING RESULTS. (form 10-Q)

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The following is an executive summary of what Kforce believes are highlights as of and for the nine months ended September 30, 2021, which should be considered in the context of the additional discussions herein and in conjunction with the unaudited condensed consolidated financial statements and notes thereto. …

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Lyft Q3 reveals ‘rise in business travel’

Rideshare company Lyft says it’s seeing signs of a return to business travel. Speaking on the company’s third quarter earnings call, CFO Brian Roberts said, “I would say we’re starting to see a slight increase in business travel, but it’s early. And we expect this to intensify as more companies …

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Avianca obtains confirmation of her reorganization plan

Bogota – Colombia, November 2, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Avianca announced today that following the submission of the additional documents requested by United States New York Southern District Court – court upheld Avianca’s reorganization plan*I. The company hopes to complete its court-overseen reorganization and exit Chapter 11 before the …

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The event that forever changed the environmental justice movement

On October 24, 1991, nearly 300 Black, Native, Latino, Pacific Islander, Asian American, and other minority activists gathered in Washington, DC to discuss, for the first time in history, the environmental injustices suffered. by their communities. During the four-day event, delegates told stories of black communities forced to relocate due …

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Bangkok welcomes first tourists for holiday without quarantine

BANGKOK, Nov. 1 (Reuters) – Hundreds of vaccinated foreign tourists are expected to arrive in Bangkok on Monday, the first wave of visitors to Thailand in 18 months who will not have to undergo quarantine for the coronavirus. Seeking to resuscitate its pandemic-ravaged tourism economy, the Thai government has given …

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Ahead of Jobs Week: November 1, 2021

(Reuters) – Here are some upcoming events of interest to the employment law community. All times are local, unless otherwise noted. Monday November 1 9 a.m. – Massachusetts Supreme Court to consider whether a former sales representative of a medical software company who claims he was terminated for exercising his …

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How Travelner is revolutionizing the travel planning and booking process

NEW YORK–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Travelner is one of the leading brands in the travel industry helping people find the best accommodation, flight and travel deals. It provides access to a booking engine that allows travelers to search and identify the best deals according to their needs. The company offers the …

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Beijing marks 100 days of Winter Olympics amid COVID, rights issues

BEIJING, Oct.27 (Reuters) – With 100 days to go before the start of the Winter Olympics, Beijing promises a ‘simple and safe’ 2022 Games – though preparations are anything but straightforward as China prepares to host thousands of athletes and staff as she battles COVID-19 outbreaks. Beijing will be the …

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High Growth Forecast of Travel Technology Market 2021 Due to Rising Demand and Future Trends

Detailed study and analysis of the Global Travel Technology Market highlights new trends in the travel technology industry and provides businesses with business information. This study helps manufacturers, suppliers and investors, CEOs to identify opportunities and business optimization strategies to improve their value in the global travel technology market. Provides …

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DHS extends non-essential travel restrictions until January 21 for unvaccinated travelers

Cancellation of travel ban for fully vaccinated Mexicans still in effect for November 8 through: Julien Resendiz Posted: October 22, 2021 / 11:02 AM EDT / Update: October 22, 2021 / 11:02 AM EDT Commuters wait in traffic on the Paso del Norte Bridge as they enter El Paso, Texas …

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Long Island hotel business travel revenues to drop 62%

As Long Island hotels brace for losses of more than $ 224 million, U.S. Representative Suozzi’s co-sponsors plan to provide targeted relief to struggling hotel workers. Long Island hotels are expected to lose $ 224 million in business travel revenue in 2021, down 62.1% from 2019 levels, according to a …

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Open US borders will fuel demand for travel, travel agencies say

Travel agencies expect a big rush to the United States with the lifting of the direct entry ban for fully vaccinated travelers by the Biden administration. The new rule will take effect on November 8. It will benefit long-term tourist, business or work visa holders, while new and additional flights …

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CITRIS Tech for Social Good program invites students to submit proposals

UC Santa Cruz’s 2021 CITRIS Tech for Social Good program is now open to proposals from student teams. The program, co-sponsored by the Institute for Social Transformation, provides support for interdisciplinary student projects and events focused on exploring technological solutions to important social challenges. Student teams can receive up to …

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Business Travel Market Size, Outlook, and Key Companies – Carlson Holdings American Express Company, Expedia Group Airbnb, Flight Center Travel Group, The Priceline Group, Wexas Travel and BCD Group.,

New Jersey, United States, – The report on Business travel market will be comprehensive with a focus on the competitive landscape, geographic growth, segmentation and market dynamics, including drivers, restraints and opportunities. Illuminates key production, revenue, and consumption trends so that players can improve sales and growth in the Business …

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Vaccinated tourists can cross U.S. land borders in early November

Starting next month, the United States will allow fully vaccinated foreign nationals to cross their land borders for non-essential purposes such as tourism or visiting friends and family. The change would allow foreign tourists to enter the United States through land ports or ferries for the first time since March …

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Psaki mocks Ted Cruz, “world-renowned business, travel and health expert,” for claiming vaccination warrants contributed to Southwest Airlines delays

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki speaks during the daily White House briefing on October 12, 2021. Nicholas Kamm / AFP / Getty Images Jen Psaki has dismissed claims that vaccination warrants have a negative impact on business. Psaki called Cruz a “world-renowned business, travel and health expert” during his …

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Akron-Canton Airport celebrates 75 years and targets growth in passenger numbers

GREEN – The number of people traveling on commercial airlines to the United States has increased over the past year, but remains below pre-pandemic levels, statistics collected by the Transportation Security Administration show. In recent months, more than twice as many people have passed through TSA checkpoints in the country …

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Local school boards emerge like hot races in November election | Chicago News

Campaign campaign signs line a street on Thursday, October 7, 2021 in Upper Arlington, Ohio. (AP Photo / Jay LaPrète) COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – In a school district near the state capital of Ohio, school board members running for re-election this year have been subjected to a constant stream of …

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Desperate airlines hope vaccination warrants attract passengers

We have reached a fascinating pivot point for the airline industry as airlines struggle to generate profits as the pandemic continues. The latest development has most major airlines ordering their employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19 to keep their jobs. The backdrop to the move was the expected drop in …

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Education Development Corporation Announces Second Quarter and Year-To-Date Results for Fiscal 2022

Enter Wall Street with StreetInsider Premium. Claim your 1-week free trial here. Tulsa, Oklahoma – (Newsfile Corp. – October 7, 2021) – Educational Development Corporation (NASDAQ: EDUC) (“EDC”, or the “Company”) (http://www.edcpub.com) today released its financial results for the second quarter and since the beginning of the fiscal year ended …

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United Airlines plans 3,500 domestic flights per day for December, a pandemic peak

Anticipating many vacation trips, United Airlines said Thursday it would offer 3,500 daily flights to the United States in December, the highest number of any month since the start of the pandemic. United said they plan to offer 91% domestic flights in December compared to the same month in 2019, …

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Cameroon’s Ejara raises $ 2 million to offer crypto and investment services in Francophone Africa – TechCrunch

Africa’s cryptocurrency adoption varies by region. While countries with currently unstable currencies like the naira experience immense use, other regions using the CFA franc have sparse adoption.. A region of more than 200 million inhabitants using the CFA franc, French-speaking Africa is one of the most crypto-friendly markets in Africa. …

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Extinction changes the rules of evolution of body size

When they looked beyond the marine genera that became extinct to consider those who were the first of their kind, the authors found an even more dramatic change in body size patterns before and after extinctions. During the background periods, the newly evolved genres tend to be slightly bigger than …

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Yuma County tourism rebounds from all-time low income in 2020

Chamber of Commerce, business looking to brighten up 2021 season – News 11’s Cody Lee reports YUMA, Arizona (KYMA, KECY) – Yuma is often just a town, where people pass by and fill up on gas, maybe have a bite to eat. While others, come explore the rich history and …

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Jury finds self-proclaimed proud boy Alan Swinney guilty of assault, threat and illegal use of a firearm

A jury ruled on Tuesday Alan Swinney, a proud self-proclaimed boy, guilty of assault, threat and unlawful use of a weapon for pulling out a loaded gun, firing paintballs and spraying mace of bears on counter-protesters in Portland last year. Prosecutors called him a “one-man police force” and a “vigilant …

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Visit Quad Cities launches a new program to boost tourism in the region

Visit the quad towns, the region’s Destination Management and Marketing Organization (DMMO), on Tuesday launched a Certified Tourism Ambassador (CTA) program for the region. Markets such as Anaheim, Louisville, Grand Rapids, Tucson, San Antonio, Door County, Oklahoma City and many more have enabled CTAs and have seen positive results for …

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Summer is over but the number of passengers remains high

The airline recovery continues in the United States. After an increase in cases and hospitalizations associated with the Delta variant in the United States in August, airlines began to sound the alarm bells about an increase in close-to-date cancellations and softness in bookings. Even with some structural hurdles in the …

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Pa by SEC. A survey of school pension funds examines gifts and travel from staff at Wall Street companies. Spotlight Pa

Featured sound system Is an independent, non-partisan newsroom operated by The Philadelphia Inquirer in partnership with PennLive / The Patriot-News, TribLIVE / Pittsburgh Tribune-Review and WITF Public Media. Subscribe to our free newsletter.. Harrisburg, PA – The United States Securities and Exchange Commission has expanded federal oversight of Pennsylvania’s massive …

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SEC Investigation of Pennsylvania Schools Pension Fund Examines Gifts and Travel by Staff of Wall Street Companies | Spotlight Pa

Featured sound system is an independent, non-partisan newsroom powered by The Philadelphia Inquirer in partnership with PennLive / The Patriot-News, TribLIVE / Pittsburgh Tribune-Review and WITF Public Media. Sign up for our free newsletters. Harrisburg, PA – The United States Securities and Exchange Commission has expanded the federal review of …

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Royal Caribbean partners with U.S. Virgin Islands to improve tourism product – Cruise Industry News

The Virgin Islands Port Authority (VIPA) and Royal Caribbean Group have partnered to revitalize the US Virgin Islands cruise industry with Royal Caribbean Group’s commitment to develop infrastructure and attractions. A memorandum of understanding between the two organizations was signed by VIPA executive director Carlton Dowe and Royal Caribbean group …

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Upward Trend in US Hotel Performance Indicates More Business Travel Than Expected

Weekly hotel performance in the United States has tended to increase for a second straight week, defying expectations of a seasonal slowdown worsened by an increase in COVID-19-related hospitalizations and indicating better-than-expected commercial demand. The gap between the latest weekly data and the comparable week in 2019 also narrowed slightly …

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Merck to seek emergency clearance for oral treatment for Covid-19

A nurse cares for a Covid-19 patient at SSM Health St. Anthony Hospital in Oklahoma City, August 24, 2021. Nick Oxford | Reuters Merck and Ridgeback Biotherapeutics plan to seek emergency clearance for their oral antiviral treatment for Covid-19, after the drug showed “convincing results” in clinical trials. The drug, …

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A grim business travel prediction for hedge funds and tech companies

Skift take A McKinsey partner warned that “digital adopters” might never see the point in returning to business travel as we knew it before. Matthew Parsons Not only are consulting firms, with their greedy fliers, limiting travel, but one is now predicting that hedge funds and tech companies might “never …

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FAQ: Women’s March 2021 | OMCP

The Women’s March returns to the streets of DC on Saturday October 2. Here’s what you need to know. The Women’s March returns to the streets of DC in October. Here’s what you need to know. Q: Who is organizing the march? Although the Women’s March has hundreds of locally …

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Business Travel Consulting Launch of Avenue5 Consulting

Former industry executive Mark O’Brien has launched a new consulting firm, dedicated to the business travel, meetings, payments and expenses industry. Avenue5 Consulting will offer its clients strategic and tactical consulting, advisory, category consulting and management services to solve complex and difficult problems. Speaking to LinkedIn to celebrate the news, …

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Iowa City Pride kicks off Friday, celebrating its 50th anniversary

Downtown Iowa City will be the site of a major celebration Friday and Saturday, which reflects both the city’s history and a space that creates community. It’s Iowa City Pride 2021, back in person after being canceled last year and limited to virtual events due to COVID-19. Iowa City Pride …

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Irish Minister in North America for the Tourism Blitz

Irish Tourism Minister Catherine Martin traveled to Whistling Straits, Wisconsin on Friday to witness the start of the Ryder Cup competition between Europe and the United States, which the Americans won with a record score from 19-9. Ireland will host the Ryder Cup at Adare Manor in County Limerick in …

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41. Dell Technologies | Business Travel News

Air volume reserved in the United States in 2020: $ 18.1 millionGlobal T&E: $ 140 millionMain air suppliers: American, Delta, UnitedMain hotel suppliers: Hilton, MarriottMain car rental providers in the United States: National / CompanyPrimary Global Online Booking Tool: SAP okayMain payment provider in the United States: American ExpressCard program: …

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FVRMA is now Florida Alliance for Vacation Rentals (FAVR): Executive Director Denis Hanks discusses FVRMA rebranding

FVRMA is now Florida Alliance for Vacation Rentals (FAVR): Executive Director Denis Hanks discusses FVRMA rebranding The Florida Vacation Rental Management Association (FVRMA) announced last week at its annual meeting at the Xtravaganza conference that it was changing its name and name to Florida Alliance for Vacation Rentals (FAVR). We …

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An additional public holiday could bring a “boost to tourism of 20 million euros”

An additional holiday this year could generate up to € 20 million in tourism revenue, RTÉ News has learned. This is indicated by an analysis carried out by Fáilte Ireland. Sources close to the study said they expected the figure to be higher, but believe the results are strong. Some …

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Observations from another week of travel

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Travel Agents: Travel Insurance Worth the Cost | Business

Two Valley travel agents agree that it is wise for anyone booking a vacation to purchase travel insurance. Friend Miller from Miller Travel Agency, Middleburg and Sara Newbury from Travel leaders, Lewisburg, each said more and more of their customers are purchasing insurance to protect against potential disruption from the …

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US loosens travel restrictions for fully immunized travelers around the world and 9 more travel stories

Skift take In Top Skift Articles This Week, US Announces Reopening To Fully Immunized Overseas Air Travelers, Expedia Group Consolidates Its Three Three Loyalty Programs, and Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky Considering The Job remotely allowing employees to live in cheaper areas. Rashaad Jörden Throughout the week, we’re posting original stories …

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The Covid has hit the hotel industry hard. Data shows that he is still missing a key part of his business.

The hospitality industry has rebounded from the depths of the Covid-19 pandemic, but data and industry experts say it still lacks a vital part of its business: business travelers. The occupancy rate of hotels in the United States returned to pre-pandemic levels this summer, with an occupancy rate of 69.6% …

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AECOM to provide architecture – GuruFocus.com

AECOM (NYSE: ACM), the world’s trusted infrastructure consultancy, announced today that it has been selected by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to provide architectural and engineering services as part of its South East Region Architecture and Engineering Program (SERAE). The indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ), multi-award contract has …

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Poll: Willingness to travel crumbles, but a source of optimism

While a new survey of travel managers and industry suppliers shows no particular increase in optimism about short-term business travel demand, a few other indicators and comments this week may indicate be of greater interest as the American Covid-19 case counts. start to decline. The number of travel managers in …

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Airfares won’t stay low for too long

Airlines across the country are sweating over an unexpected drop in business travel in recent weeks – and that’s good news if you’re a traveler looking to save some money. This month, domestic air fares are down 5% from September 2019 and international fares down by around 8%, drops that …

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