Marketplace AM for May 18, 2005
Business travelers are taking a harder look at the bottom line when they fly. That's forced airlines to cut costs. But one place they're not trimming back are the posh travelers' clubs at airports. Curt Nickish explains why. Then, airline cost cutting has left some empty gates at airports. And as Marketplace's Savvy Traveler Rudy Maxa tells us, that's led to more competition... and lower fares.
Posted In: Canada
American businesses can pledge to behave ethically. But when they have an office in a country in different laws and customs, doing the right thing isn't always so clear-cut. Marketplace's Bob Moon gives us some examples in this installment of the Public Radio series, "Think Global."