Travel in Schenectady, NY

​Globally, three in ten business travelers are happy to sacrifice safety for hotel loyalty and rewards incentives, according to research commissioned by...

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Race One
1st: (1) SALEAS – Just missed two starts back going a two-turn mile at Finger Lakes against allowance foes then he came back there with an even third. Son of FIRST SAMURAI draws the rail for his Tapeta debut and gets Antonio Gallardo – 18% going long.
2nd: (2) JUDGE ROY BEAN – Stretches out to two turns off some solid efforts in long sprints. He missed by a length two starts back then dropped down to this claiming level and…

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Carlson Wagonlit Travel (CWT), the leading global travel management company, today announced the formal launch of its new business division wholly dedicated to hotel distribution – RoomIt by CWT|TM. The new division is completely focused on expanding access and providing greater variety to customer accommodations around the world.

Carlson Wagonlit Travel, the global travel management company, has appointed Michael Ryan as Managing Director for Australia and New Zealand. Ryan will lead a team of nearly 280 people across six locations in Australia and New Zealand, and will be responsible for client satisfaction, client retention and new business.

Perhaps hoping to hold on to the memory of being there or watching it, most race fans who bet $2 on American Pharoah to win at the Belmont Stakes on Saturday walked away from cashing in their tickets, leaving $315,829 behind. Belmont Stakes spokesman John Durso Jr. told ESPN.com that there were 94,128 $2 American Pharoah to win tickets purchased at the track at Belmont Park and Aqueduct Racetrack, both of which are controlled by the New York Racing Association. But after the…