Hotel CEOs bite back at anti-travel talk | Reuters

Hotel CEOs bite back at anti-travel talk | Reuters.

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Political outrage over the use of public money on corporate perks is scaring many companies away from legitimate travel spending and could — if unchecked — cost thousands of jobs in the U.S. hospitality industry, according to hotel, casino and airline leaders.

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