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Airlines charging you more to sit next to your children?

AirfareWatchdog.com founder George Hobica and Walking on Travels founder Keryn Means on airlines upselling seats to parents who want to sit with their children.

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    Looking to earn frequent flier miles for your globetrotting dog or cat?You'll have to book Sassy and Max on either New York-based JetBlue or London-based Virgin Atla...

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    WSJ Middle Seat Columnist Scott McCartney sounds off on premium economy seats that offer perks for a low cost.

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  10. Lufthansa 2013 profit outlook disappoints, shares hit

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  11. Customers Aren't Always Right ... Why It Doesn't Matter

    In the latest example of how social media is mightier than the sword when it comes to customer service, a war of words was waged last week by Hasan Syed, a disgruntled British Airways patron who took to Twitter to vent his anger.

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  1. Michael Bloomberg weighs in on FAA travel ban to Israel

    Former NYC mayor speaks out in Jerusalem

  2. BoE keeps key interest rate unchanged at 0.5%

    Markets.com chief economist Bill Hubard on the BoE’s interest rate decision and the reaction across global markets.

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    TravelPulse.com CEO Mark Murphy on government efforts to block Norwegian Air’s low-cost flights.

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    LinkedIn Executive Editor Dan Roth and Hint CEO Kara Goldin on how to deal with changes and curveballs in your career.

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  7. Companion Tickets: The Perk That's Not Always Rewarding

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