When the Glenmoriston Town House, in Inverness, Scotland, gave Andrea McEwen the keys to the wrong hotel room, her first […]
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What's an immigration stamp worth? If you said $61.55, you must know Nancy Bestor. She's been fighting with her credit card over a tax refund after a recent trip to Italy, and she wants me to help.
"You killed the bird,” the pet-store owner barked, pointing an accusatory finger at me.
Enterprise Holdings, which owns and operates the largest fleet of rental cars in the world under the Alamo Rent A Car, National Car Rental, and Enterprise Rent-A-Car brands, will announce tomorrow that it is ending its relationship with Orbitz.com and its sister site CheapTickets.com on April 1 after "months of difficult discussions." I asked Pam Nicholson, the president and chief operating officer of Enterprise Holdings, to explain the decision and what it means to travelers.
Maybe you've been following the cockfight between Cablevision and Fox. Maybe you're one of the millions of customers affected by the outage as the two companies battle over rates.