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If you’re like many people, you’ve set goals for 2020. But you likely don’t revisit them often, or you get discouraged when the results aren’t happening as fast as you would like.

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For the past several years, airline passengers seem to have found new meaning to the phrase, “free to move about the cabin.”

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There can be a temptation to go down the path of becoming a “celebrity founder,” where every week you might be talking at a different event

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Boeing hopes to restore faith in the beleaguered 737 Max jetliner by focusing on winning over pilots in hopes that passengers will follow, the company’s new CEO said recently.

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The U.S. Department of Transportation this morning says it will seek to re-define regulations on what is – and isn’t – a service animal to be used on airplanes.

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Being busy is a mood – and a common one at that. But if all of us are busy, then why do so few of us seem to be satisfied with our progress and happy with our accomplishments.

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The Beverly Hilton today announces a top-to-bottom hotel renovation, to be completed in April 2020, which will reintroduce the Los Angeles landmark to a new generation of leisure travelers, corporate guests and entertainment industry events.

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A recent study by Oracle and Future Workplace reveals that artificial intelligence is reshaping the way people view their workplace.

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Many of us begin a new year reflecting on the past and feeling bad about what we haven’t accomplished.

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention this week will expand screening of passengers arriving from Wuhan, China, to two more U.S. airports: Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International and Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport.

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