Corporate travel managers take steps to cut spending

02/24/2008 | NYTimes.com

Some corporate travel managers are requiring employees to book the lowest fares available and provide economic reasoning for their business trips. The trend is expected to affect airlines, hotels, restaurants and car-rental agencies. John Flynn, a sales representative for a health care software firm, said companies expect their employees to be smart about travel, but that there's no substitute for visiting clients in person.

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