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Mobile phone applications that trace the new coronavirus could help decide whether business travelers and vacation-goers get to meet clients or visit their favourite beaches this summer. But politics and disagreement over what system to use threatens to thwart that solution.
Google’s massive travel advertising business could be hurt because the coronavirus outbreak is disrupting travel plans.
Venezuelans seeking to escape their country’s hardships now face another hurdle: getting their hands on the government’s elusive Petro cryptocurrency to pay for their passports.
As everyone learned when a passenger was forcibly removed from a United Express flight, social media and the ubiquity of mobile phone cameras have shifted the ground rules for airline customer service. The best and worst corporate interactions speed across the Internet, with potentially dire results for corporate targets of public anger.
Airline and travel-industry groups are quietly expressing concern about a plan under consideration by US security authorities to prohibit passengers from carrying their laptop computers into the cabin on flights from Europe.
Middle Eastern airlines faced new travel curbs after the US announced a bar on people carrying large electronic devices onto flights bound for the country, citing security concerns. Britain followed suit hours later.
The top executives of many a corporate giant must feel like the fictional character Gulliver, waking up to find themselves under attack from modern-day Lilliputians, small start-up companies which overwhelm their established rivals with new technologies.