Event Tech: How New Evernote Upgrades Can Help Your Business (For Free)

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Event Tech: How New Evernote Upgrades Can Help Your Business (For Free)  
By Jena Tesse Fox
Several new additions to the free note-taking app can help event professionals streamline their business and improve communication with their team members. Here's how...
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Los Cabos Update: Hotels Announce Reopening Dates  
By Meagan Drillinger
Los Cabos is gearing up to begin welcoming back visitors following the destruction of Hurricane Odile. Ten hotels have reopened already, and more are coming back online...
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FRONT PAGE NEWS
Report: Chicago Flight Control Fire Cost $123 Million in Lost Business  
The U.S. Travel Association released figures today estimating that the nearly 3,900 flight cancellations in the four days following a fire at an air traffic control facility in the Chicago area cost nearly $123 million in passengers' lost economic activity.
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MPI Presents Healthcare Meeting Compliance Certificate to 61 Pros in Q4 2014  
The certificate, which is endorsed by Saint Louis University (SLU), demonstrates competency in healthcare meeting compliance and is valid for two years.
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Japan Bullet Train Connects Tokyo, Hokuriku  
The Japan National Tourism Organization has confirmed that the extension of the Hokuriku Shinkansen service will open on March 14, 2015.
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Fairmont Rey Juan Carlos I to Open in Barcelona This Fall  
The luxury hotel company will rebrand the former Hotel Rey Juan Carlos I into the city's first Fairmont this autumn.
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