Vallejo, CAVallejo Times-Herald

Former Vallejo City Manager Nyhoff expense reports reveal pricey trips

Former Vallejo City Manager Greg Nyhoff frequently stayed at high-end hotels and used “premium” rental cars on trips he took for work-related conferences, a Times-Herald investigation has uncovered. Nyhoff’s expense reports were signed off on by then Mayor Bob Sampayan. Calls and a text to Sampayan were not returned. The...
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Credits & LoansZDNet

Best crypto credit card 2021: Cryptocurrency rewards

Increasingly, the world is going digital, and that includes how we spend. The cryptocurrency space is quickly evolving, which is why our team regularly monitors trends and new product launches to keep our thumb on the pulse of the industry. One new trend that is quickly gaining in popularity is the crypto rewards credit card.
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Here’s how to fly to London using points and miles

MSN has partnered with The Points Guy for our coverage of credit card products. MSN and The Points Guy may receive a commission from card issuers. London regularly ranks among the world’s most-visited city thanks to its historical sights, world-class museums, fabulous hotels, a dynamic dining scene and a diverse patchwork of up-and-coming neighborhoods.

Coldstream Capital Management Inc. Raises Stock Position in Expedia Group, Inc. (NASDAQ:EXPE)

Coldstream Capital Management Inc. increased its holdings in shares of Expedia Group, Inc. (NASDAQ:EXPE) by 30.7% in the 1st quarter, HoldingsChannel reports. The firm owned 17,756 shares of the online travel company’s stock after acquiring an additional 4,175 shares during the quarter. Coldstream Capital Management Inc.’s holdings in Expedia Group were worth $3,056,000 as of its most recent filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

Why Everyone Should Care About What The Fed Does Right Now…

Whether you are a borrower or an investor (most of us are both), everyone has a vested interest in the future direction of interest rates. Considering benchmark short-term rates have been anchored at zero since the onset of the pandemic, it’s a safe bet that the next move will be up.
BusinessTravel Weekly

New boss named for StudentUniverse

Steven de Blois has been named managing director of StudentUniverse, Flight Centre Travel Group’s online travel booking platform for students. He replaces Mike Cleary who spent almost a decade with the firm, including the last four years at the helm. De Blois will be responsible for leading all aspects of...
LifestyleMiami Herald

What should I do about this expired flight credit on Expedia?

Q: I booked airline tickets on Expedia back in 2019 to fly from New York to Dublin, Ireland. We were scheduled to fly to Europe last August. In July, I had to cancel the tickets because of COVID-19 restrictions. I read all of the fine print about using the travel credits. When I tried to rebook the flights for August, an Expedia representative said that Aer Lingus did not have flights ready for booking and confirmation yet and asked me to call back in a month.

Vacasa to go public at $4.5bn valuation via SPAC merger

US: Portland-based vacation rental management platform Vacasa has announced that it has entered into an agreement to become a publicly traded company through a business merger with special purpose acquisition company [SPAC] TPG Pace Solutions. Upon closure of the transaction, the combined company is expected to trade publicly under the...
SoftwareTimes Union

MessageGears Makes Marketing Campaigns Easier to Customize with New Data-Centric Segmentation Tool

ATLANTA (PRWEB) July 29, 2021. MessageGears, the customer marketing software leader, announces Data Variables, a campaign customization tool that gives marketers more control of their data. Data Variables, which is available today at no extra cost to brands using MessageGears’ Message and Segment products, allows marketers to build customer-specific campaigns more quickly using data that has been categorized in advance.

Drata Names Ross Hosman as Chief Information Security Officer

Drata, a next-gen security and compliance automation company, today announced the appointment of Ross Hosman as Chief Information Security Officer. In his new role, Hosman will be responsible for leading and growing Drata’s security program, as well as providing industry expertise and guidance to the company’s current and prospective customers.