American travel to London always has been considered one of the easiest European trips because of the shorter distance and lack of a language barrier. Now, it… Read more »
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(No) Fear Factor! Americans Choose Their Own Common Sense On Travel Decisions Over Having Bureaucrats Tell Them What To Do.
Millions of Americans are still spreading their wings for Thanksgiving. As coronavirus case numbers continue to spike and lockdown restrictions increase, the nation’s airports reported relatively brisk… Read more »
It’s no fun to be in debt. So, Donald Trump can’t be enjoying the prospect of about $400 million worth of it coming due within the next… Read more »
There might be more air-guitar performances coming if filing for bankruptcy does not help save Guitar Center. America’s largest musical instrument and equipment retailer filed for bankruptcy… Read more »
Stuck In The Middle! Most Airlines Want To Avoid Social Distancing Their Passengers From A Revenue Stream.
It’s interesting to follow what’s going on in the airline industry, one of the hardest hit during the pandemic of 2020. Earlier this week, the U.S. Centers… Read more »
As the pandemic tightens its grip, United Airlines and American Airlines aim to help travelers by eliminating change fees. The airlines on Thursday said they are dropping… Read more »
SoftBank CEO Said He Doesn’t Understand Bitcoin. But He Still “Loves” The Founder Of WeWork Despite Losing Over $18 Billion!
If you were going to guess which head of an investment giant couldn’t wrap his filthy rich arms around Bitcoin, you would probably go with the one… Read more »
Today is the day Pfizer moves closer to being a COVID-19 vaccine supplier for the pandemic. The pharmaceutical giant and German partner BioNTech will seek emergency authorization… Read more »
If only Victoria’s Secret sold sexy toilet paper. In news that will certainly dash many men’s dreams, ladies did not rush out in droves to buy out… Read more »
It is an offer that only the seasick could have refused a year ago: cruise for free. But with the coronavirus being a far graver concern, the… Read more »
The FAA has given Boeing the all-clear to return the much-maligned 737 MAX to service after the plane was grounded in March 2019, days after an Ethiopian… Read more »