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Travelling Like a Boss

For the frequent business traveller, it is common practice that to travel business class. Due to the recent economic crisis, there have been strong signs of first class travel disappearing, with business class being the more reasonable luxury choice of […]

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Denny’s opens first restaurant In the Dominican Republic

Denny’s Corporation (Nasdaq:DENN), an operator of a full-service family restaurant chain, on Tuesday announced the official opening of its first restaurant in the Dominican Republic as part of

Denny’s opens first restaurant In the Dominican Republic

Denny???s Corporation (Nasdaq:DENN), an operator of a full-service family restaurant chain, on Tuesday announced the official opening of its first restaurant in the Dominican Republic as part of

ICO Global withdraws review petition in Boeing litigation after settlement agreement

Provider of corporate intellectual property solutions and litigation insight and subsidiary of Pendrell Corporation (NASDAQ:PCO), ICO Global Communications (Operations) Ltd (ICO) reported on Monday the withdrawal of its

ICO Global withdraws review petition in Boeing litigation after settlement agreement

Provider of corporate intellectual property solutions and litigation insight and subsidiary of Pendrell Corporation (NASDAQ:PCO), ICO Global Communications (Operations) Ltd (ICO) reported on Monday the withdrawal of its

Lexmark awarded USD21m printing contract by FAA

Lexmark International Inc (NYSE:LXK) , a provider of printing and imaging products, software, solutions and services, on Friday announced the award of a five-year contract valued at USD21m

TSB sends investigators to mid-air collision in Virginia, USA

The Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) on Tuesday said that it is deploying a team of investigators to the site of a mid-air collision near Warrenton-Fauquier Airport

TSB sends investigator to air accident at Pipmuacan Lake in Quebec

The Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) on Tuesday announced that it is deploying an investigator to the site of an air accident at Pipmuacan Lake in Quebec.

The

Sabre granted extension in antitrust lawsuit filed by American Airlines

Technology company Sabre on Tuesday said that late on Friday 25 May 2012, Texas State District Court Judge Don Cosby granted Sabre a 60-day extension in the Texas

Ryanair launches GBP15.99 seat sale

Irish low-cost airline Ryanair (Dublin:RYA) (LSE:RYA) on Tuesday announced that it has launched one million seats for sale from GBP15.99.

From midnight on 28 May 2012 the carrier released

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