Thousands stranded on Monday morning after fire on Sunday afternoon in underground electrical facility Power has been restored to the worlds busiest airport but the travel woes will linger for days. Thousands of people were stranded on Monday morning at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta international airport, where more than 1,000 flights were grounded just days before the… Continue reading Atlanta airport: power restored but flight delays expected for days
JetBlue Airways Corp. has little to show for its efforts to improve on-time performance. This year through October, the airline’s on-time arrival rate of 70 percent trails the industry average of 79 percent, according to the U.S. Transportation Department. That puts the carrier on track for its worst showing since 2007. Flight delays… Continue reading JetBlue Heads for the Worst Year of Flight Delays Since 2007
For many business owners, the thought of planning a summer vacation can be complicated at best and unthinkable at worst. Concerns about customers or client care and anxiety about missed business opportunities can make many small-business owners feel they cannot take any time off. Despite these worries, more than 67 percent of business owners still… Continue reading Vacation Tips for Business Owners
Surveys are interesting. Like the one did recently by American Express. According to the survey, 40% of the smallest business owners - those with less than $200,000 in annual revenues - are planning no vacation whatsoever this summer. But even business owners with higher revenues aren't doing much better - only 75% of them… Continue reading YES, you too… can take a vacation this Summer
Frequent flyer miles sound great in principleótravel with a certain airline and earn points that you can cash in later, or use a certain credit card to earn points without even traveling. What could be better than free airline ticket? Airlines, unfortunately, aren't so keen on your sudden desire to fly for free. Their goal… Continue reading When to Use Frequent Flyer Miles
Does your passion or your hobby matter? Well, it most certainly matters to you and unless you have a passion or hobby that nobody else in the world has ever heard of, there are probably plenty of other people who share your passion or hobby and may even more into it than you are. Being… Continue reading Does Your Passion & Hobby Really Matter?
Comparing niche marketing and an Internet marketing niche is equivalent to comparing apples to oranges. Apples and oranges are both fruits. Niche marketing and an Internet Marketing niche are both forms of Internet marketing but as different as apples are from oranges. The term ‘niche marketing’ means selling a specific product to a specific type… Continue reading Niche Marketing vs. Internet Marketing Niche
More and more people are working from home today. The urge and desire to work from home are growing by leaps and bounds as people begin to realize the importance and the need to spend more time with the family. Unfortunately many home business entrepreneurs working from home often complain of discomfort, pain, injury or… Continue reading Why A Good Home Office Setup Is Essential For Work From Home Entrepreneurs
One fourth of the year is almost over. How are you doing in meeting your goals? How are you doing compared to your budget? In my last article, I talked about how business systems aren’t just for big business. Guess what? Neither are goals and budgets. Big businesses put tremendous effort into creating detailed budgets… Continue reading Your First Quarter Review – Are You Awesome or Average?
With summer finally getting into full swing, many of us will be looking forward to traveling abroad for a well earned holiday. Of course, you'll need access to cash while you're away, so what are the best and safest ways of arranging your travel money? 1) Local Currency It's a good idea to take… Continue reading Your Travel and Holiday Money Options