5 Stories To Read This Weekend: October 25, 2014
As another weekend arrives, it’s a great time to bring your attention to important Frequent Business Traveler news and feature stories from this past week. Here are five that should capture your interest.
1.) Jeremy Del Nero takes the Moto 360 watch out for a test drive. He finds that, while it does quite a bit, it’s still a first-generation device.
2.) Robert Waldner (hi!) gives us the scoop on Winter Time in Europe, which starts this Sunday. During Winter Time, residents in Europe set their clocks back one hour.
3.) Paul Riegler reviews Apple’s Mac OS X Yosemite and the good and bad it has to offer to consumers. Every Mac user should upgrade to Yosemite since it’s fast, stable, and free.
4.) A new FBT poll is surveying frequent flyers about their award redemption pet peeves. The poll seeks to address what bugs flyers the most about the process of redeeming awards.
5.) Robert Waldner travels to Lake Placid, New York to see more of the Winter Sports Capital of the World. Get a glimpse of Olympic history, take a stroll through the Adirondack Mountains, and enjoy breathtaking views from behind the Mirror Lake Inn Resort & Spa.
Since it was a busy week for travel-related news, here are a few more stories to check out. You might be interested to learn that the U.S. will monitor visitors from three West African nations for 21 days after arrival, Boeing posted strong Q3 results this year, Virgin America reported a rise in traffic for September, and Air France-KLM, Alitalia, and Delta offered concessions to settle the EU probe.
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