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BUSINESS
March 5, 2009 | Stuart Pfeifer
Broadcom Corp. co-founder Henry T. Nicholas III will be able to ditch his electronic monitoring bracelet and travel freely throughout the U.S. while awaiting trial on criminal charges, a federal judge ruled. U.S. Magistrate Judge Arthur Nakazato granted Nicholas' request Monday but said the billionaire former executive would have to consent to random drug testing and obtain advance approval from court officials to travel outside Southern California. Nicholas, free on $3.
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OPINION
January 24, 2011 | Gregory Rodriguez
I demand a recount! Or a re-survey! Or some form of redress for the aspersions Travel + Leisure magazine has cast not only on the City of Angels but on all of us Angelenos. The magazine released a survey last week of travelers who, in all their wisdom, concluded that Los Angeles surpasses New York as the rudest city in America. Excuse me? My first reaction was fear that I would never again be able to use the rude New Yorker jokes in my already limited humor repertoire ?
NEWS
July 12, 2011 | By Mary Forgione, Los Angeles Times Daily Travel & Deal blogger
Ready to sign up for another discount travel website? Groupon Getaways With Expedia launched Tuesday with discounts on hotels, airfare and other travel. The website looks a lot like members-only travel sites such as Voyage Prive and SniqueAway but operates on the Groupon model: Buy a voucher within a limited time to use for future travel. Expedia and Groupon said in an earlier news release that they hope to leverage more than 50 million combined members with the new service.
BUSINESS
February 9, 1994
Changes in travel patterns are slowly taking place for economic, technological and sociological reasons, according to the 1993 "travel barometer" survey by Maritz Marketing Research Inc. for Budget Rent a Car. Some questions were concerned travel frequency in general while others were specific to the rental car habits.
TRAVEL
April 2, 2006
SUSAN SPANO'S take on the inevitable negatives involved in travel ["Disenchantment Tags Along, Even in Enchanting Lands," Her World, March 19] was totally refreshing and a joy to read, particularly coming from the pen/keyboard of such a seasoned trekker. Travelers all know bad stuff happens, yet the cover-up is always creative. For example, a friend describes a pocket-picking incident in Paris that turned out to be an "adventure." Yeah, sure. Sorry I missed the experience. Spano's list of advance planning tips is invaluable; more, please.
TRAVEL
November 27, 2011
Plan your next vacation as if you were designing a feature story in a glossy travel magazine. Name: Travel by Handstand Available for: iPad What it does: The app highlights travel destinations with original content, photos, advice and curated news features from around the Web. Cost : Free. What's hot: I love the drag-and-drop layout for customizing your journey. Go to "hst journeys," create a new journey, then insert maps, notes and photos.
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