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Entries Tagged as 'Business Travel'

Relocation Packages In A Job Negotiation

February 1st, 2011 · No Comments

Posted by Brian McCullough Each month thousands of employees move to a new community to start a new job. Moves often are more expensive than anticipated. Not only is there the actual expense of moving but, for a homeowner, there are expenses connected with selling the current home and buying another home. Some corporations may […]

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Tags: Benefits · Business Travel · Career Change

Road Warrior Post Deux: Laptop Samurai Tricks

January 29th, 2008 · No Comments

Posted by Brian McCullough I figured out the other day that at this point I’ve had more laptops in my life than I’ve had desktops. This is of course because the average lifespan of my desktops is far greater… I’m murder on my laptops. I make no apologies for this, though. My desktop is always […]

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Tags: Business Travel · Productivity

10 Invaluable Websites For Road Warriors

January 25th, 2008 · 1 Comment

Posted by Brian McCullough What officially qualifies you as a “road warrior?” I travel for business about 10-15 times a year. I know that’s woefully inadequate compared to other people’s bona fides. One of these days I’ll put up a post outlining my travel tips and strategy. I’d be interested to solicit other people’s techniques. […]

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Tags: Business Travel · Computers Work 4 U

TripIt- Web 2.0 For Organizing Your Business Travel

December 11th, 2007 · 3 Comments

Posted by Brian McCullough In all of the Web 2.0 madness over the last couple of years, we’ve gotten social networks for ferret owners, about two dozens variations on Evite and a million Ajax-y calendar apps. Finally, we have a decent entry in the organize-your-travel category. If you’re a heavy duty road warrior, then you […]

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Tags: Business Travel

Breaking Travel News Euphoria

December 7th, 2007 · No Comments

Posted by Brian McCullough For years now, business travelers have been dreaming of the possibility of wi-fi on airplanes. The argument has always been about possible interference with the plane’s communications transmissions, but many people, including myself, have suspected that this was nothing more than a red herring. Lo, the clouds have parted this morning, […]

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Tags: Business Travel