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Best apps to prevent travel mishaps

A lifeguard monitors the beach in Nags Head, N.C., as Hurricane Arthur approaches on July 3, 2014.(Photo: Gerry Broome, AP) Staying safe and healthy while traveling isn’t always easy. Despite your best intentions and most thorough preparation, disaster can strike, … Continue reading

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Five myths about flight attendants

Flight attendant giving a passenger a pillow and blanket.(Photo: Thinkstock Getty Images/Comstock Images) Coffee, Tea or Me? A lot has changed since the cornball 1960′s book of that title, which allegedly spilled the beans about glamorous, flirtatious flight attendants (or … Continue reading

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Photo tour: The party’s at Palms Casino Resort

Experience Las Vegas is featuring in-depth photo tours of the city’s world-famous hotels and casino resorts this year. We feature a different Vegas property each month so you can visit virtually before booking your stay, or just fantasize about plush … Continue reading

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High-end Caribbean honeymoons: The time of your life

The honeymoon is a great excuse — one of the few acceptable ones remaining in these days of electronic handcuffs — to disappear incommunicado to someplace wonderful and exotic. You’ve expended the effort and resources to have a fabulous wedding, … Continue reading

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Sealed Air Corp. moving headquarters to Charlotte, bringing nearly 1300 jobs

Sealed Air Corp., a Fortune 500 company known for making Bubble Wrap, announced Wednesday that it will move its headquarters to Charlotte, bringing 1,262 jobs. The move marks the largest corporate headquarters relocation in Charlotte history, in terms of jobs … Continue reading

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Spectra Group announces 250 jobs for Charlotte

A New Jersey company said Tuesday it plans 250 jobs in a new Charlotte office designed to help financial services companies comply with a growing number of regulations emerging from the financial crisis. Princeton, N.J.-based Spectra Group said it will … Continue reading

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Congress And Biden Aim For Job Training That Actually Leads To Jobs

i i hide captionVice President Joe Biden, accompanied by New Hampshire Gov. Maggie Hassan, greets Enis Sullivan, 101, during a visit to XMA Corp. in Manchester, N.H., on March 25. Jim Cole/AP Vice President Joe Biden, accompanied by New Hampshire … Continue reading

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Even vintage Vegas reinvents itself

There are certain images that scream Las Vegas: the burlesque showgirl, the Rat Pack, the shrimp cocktail or the prime rib. But just because it seems like Las Vegas is constantly reinventing itself doesn’t mean that those classic symbols have … Continue reading

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Three airlines that will still fly you on a competitor

Alaska Airlines planes sit at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.(Photo: Elaine Thompson, AP) Prior to 1978, in the event of a delay or flight cancellation, all U.S. airlines were required to offer transportation on a competitor’s next flight out if that flight … Continue reading

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10Best: Beach resort kids’ clubs

For some families, the holy grail of getaways is a beach resort that is kid-friendly but also allows mom and dad plenty of kid-free time for adult activities. Here are a few seaside properties that go beyond offering standard babysitting … Continue reading

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