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Emozioni ad alta quota al Cervino CineMountain

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Dal 5 al 14 agosto vanno in scena i film della ventesima edizione di uno dei festival internazionali più alti d'Europa...
Längste Hängebrücke der Welt: Nur für Schwindelfreie! Längste Hängebrücke der Welt: Nur für Schwindelfreie!

Längste Hängebrücke der Welt: Nur für Schwindelfreie!

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Die Region um Zermatt ist um eine Attraktion reicher: Dort wurde eine 500 Meter lange Hängebrücke eröffnet. Die Schweizer sagen: die längste der Welt.

Gli hotel con spiaggia privata

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Dgli sport acquatici alle sessioni yoga e poi amache sulla sabbia dove sorseggiare un cocktail al tramonto: sei resort con servizi esclusivi in riva al mare da provare ...

Ditchin’ cabbin’ it: Few business travellers now take a taxi

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Main image:  “BOY, if you’re a taxi owner, you’d better think about a new model.” After studying his company’s latest report on business-travel spending, Bob Neveu is pretty clear about the way the world is heading.Certify, an expense-management software company, released its quarterly report of spending trends on on July 27th, and the numbers are stark. Traditional taxis now account for just 8% of ground transportation transactions among American business travellers—the first time that figure has been in single digits. In contrast, the rise of Uber and Lyft seems unstoppable.It has been a rough year for Uber in a lot of ways. There have been allegations of sexual harassment and a hostile workplace culture, as well as a lawsuit from Waymo, a Google affiliate that alleges it stole self-driving car technology. Last month, Uber’s besieged boss, Travis Kalanick, resigned. But its appeal among people travelling for work does not seem to be diminishing. Uber was responsible for 55% of ground transportation transactions tracked by Certify in the second quarter of this year, compared with 29% for rental cars and 8% each for taxis and Lyft. Excluding rental cars, Uber accounted for more than three-quarters of trips on the road. In some cities, that figure was even higher. In the tech-hub of San Francisco, for ...
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