International hoteliers are building dedicated brands in China to lure Chinese business travelers
New survey dissects the world's business travelers' spending from business-class seats to hotel rooms to car rentals
Europe's fastest trains have already prompted airlines to abandon some short-haul routes; but a lot more needs to be done to make this a seamless system
Some Chinese bullet trains were so fast, the government had to slow them down
Because sometimes all you want is a mattress, a hot shower and a motion-sensitive toilet
The demand is still there, but not everywhere. Some think it'll disappear completely in five years
Study shows that pressing the flesh and saying hello provide an edge when conducting business in Asia
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More travelers say they will switch routes for internet access
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