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GBTA’s Solombrino cleared of misconduct

Following a third-party investigation, the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) has found no evidence of misconduct or legal wrongdoing by CEO Scott Solombrino.
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GBTA undergoes complete audit in wake misconduct allegations against CEO

The Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) has retained a consulting firm to provide a complete audit of the organization.
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GBTA launches investigation into CEO’s alleged misconduct

Following allegations of misconduct by CEO Scott Solombrino, the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) and its Board of Directors have placed Solombrino on administrative leave and confirmed further investigation into the matter.
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“Small signs of optimism” with latest poll results, says GBTA 

The latest results from the Global Business Travel Association’s frequent surveys show “small signs of optimism”, says the organization. 
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Recovery could be quick for corporate but only 23% of Canadians saying yes to air travel

Corporate travel worldwide could recover fairly quickly once the pandemic is contained, but at least here in Canada, only 23% of people say they would feel comfortable boarding an airplane in the immediate aftermath of COVID-19, according to two new surveys.
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GBTA postpones convention to November, posts new survey stats

ALEXANDRIA — The Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) has announced its annual convention, originally scheduled to take place in July, has been rescheduled for Nov. 7-11, 2020.
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GBTA poll findings: 96% of member companies have cancelled or suspended international business travel

The Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) is seeking financial aid from Congress after reports show that 96% of its member companies have cancelled or suspended all or most international business travel.
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Airfare, hotel and ground transportation costs on the way up: CWT

Travel prices are expected to rise in 2019, with hotel rates increasing by 3.7% and airfares going up 2.6%, according to CWT’s latest Global Travel Forecast.
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Corporate travel seeing a slow but steady rebound, says new survey
Corporate travel seeing a slow but steady rebound, says new survey
Corporate travel is bouncing back slowly but surely, and with a few stipulations.
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