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2011-04-05 15:47:00

ATLANTA, April 5, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- TRX, Inc. (www.trx.com) (OTCQB: TRXI), a world-leading provider of travel technology, process automation, consulting and data services, today announced that Tom Tulloch, Vice President Business Intelligence & Consulting Services, TRX, will speak at an educational session on strategies and solutions managing ancillary fees at the 2011 ACTE Global Education Conference being held at the New York Marriott Marquis in New York City, New York, April 10 -...

2010-09-20 12:02:00

TREVOSE, Pa., Sept. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- A recent survey of nearly 400 U.S.-based corporate travel managers reveals that 85 percent of respondents say their organizations were affected -- in the form of stranded passengers, extended hotel stays and cancelled meetings -- by the volcanic ash cloud that emanated from Iceland this past April, resulting in cancelled flights to and from Western Europe as the crisis played out. Additionally, 33 percent of respondents (primarily corporate travel...

2010-09-07 12:46:00

TREVOSE, Pa., Sept. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- WHAT: Duty of Care Strategy Briefing: Every Ash Cloud Has a Silver Lining, a complimentary webinar open to press and the public. WHY: The ash cloud crisis dispelled the myth, "It can't happen to me." Although the event was not initially seen as a financial, reputational, medical or security crisis, it quickly demonstrated to senior leadership the value of having travel executives as key...

2008-07-01 06:00:33

By Gary Stoller Russell Meyer has flown frequently on business trips for 20 years, but he's never been as uncomfortable as today. "It is like flying in a sardine can," says the 60-year-old La Plata, Md., man who sells scales and slicing and wrapping machines. "Most of my recent flights are overbooked and packed to the gills." A growing number of frequent fliers are complaining about crowded planes and lack of space to put carry-on bags in overhead luggage bins. Crowded cabins, fliers...


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