There’s more to a business trip than the meeting. Yes, your presence at the meeting is the main reason the trip exists, yet there are other elements to your journey. There’s the car service to the airport, the lines at security and Starbucks, the flight...

Delta champions equal pay for women On average, women earn 21% less than men for the same job. At Delta, there is virtually no pay gap: in administrative jobs women earn 98% of what men do, and there’s statistical parity among male and female frontline or...

To tip or not to tip, and if yes, when and how much for what services? For many travelers, the rules are murky. How much to tip often depends on the circumstance, and there’s a wide variety of opinions on the matter. From airport skycaps...

With the conversion of American's AAdvantage program to a spend-based model in the second half of 2016, the travel-rewards landscape will be fundamentally transformed. Every one of the largest U.S. carriers, except for Alaska Airlines, will then reward customers' loyalty in direct proportion to the...

When traveling abroad on a business trip, something as simple as a handshake introduction between new colleagues or potential business partners becomes an incredibly nuanced mini-event, capable of setting the convivial foundation necessary to strike a deal, or sabotaging the whole thing before you ever...