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Shouldn’t Internet access be free at all hotels?

Why is it that economy hotels have free in-room Internet access and luxury hotels charge for the service?

DOT—Don’t keep stalling competition across the Atlantic

Isn’t it about time that some low cost airlines start flying between the US and Europe with a significant network of flights?
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    Is Uber the future of urban transport – or is it a menace?

Is Uber the future of urban transport – or is it a menace?

Should car-sharing operators brought together through Uber.com and Lyft.com be regulated just like taxicabs and limousine operators?

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What the &#** is wrong with loyalty programs?

Loyalty programs must be more tightly regulated by law, and in some cases, banned outright. Fortunately, there's some good news on that front.

Is it ethical to use only half of your airline ticket?

The airline industry is perhaps the only industry in America that gets away with rules that say you have to pay for trips you don't take.

Is it it time to ban smoking at casinos?

In my experience, smoke permeates every area in most every casino-hotel which permits any smoking in their casinos.
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    TSA defies Congress, duns consumers with increased security fees

TSA defies Congress, duns consumers with increased security fees

TSA has decided to defy the will of Congress, airline consumers and the aviation community as it implements the collection of the recently increased 9/11 Security Fee.

Guess who’s subsidizing those free tickets

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Does Airbnb.com need regulating?

It is not easy being a disrupter, organized to share, when it comes to long-established, highly regulated businesses like hotels and taxis.