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Road Warrior Pulse: Stories You Must Read for Nov. 10, 2015

Business Travel | Gabe Zaldivar | November 10, 2015

Road Warrior Pulse: Stories You Must Read for Nov. 10, 2015

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In-flight allergies and highfalutin watches are just some of the things on your platter this morning.

Below are just a few stories of note for Road Warriors from all corners of the business world. Chime in with thoughts and suggestions accordingly.

Meet an Uber Stranger:

Uber allows for quick and efficient means of travel in big cities. But it doesn’t have to mean just you and the driver as more people are willing to pool resources and share that ride. 

Read More: The Verge

Watch Luxury Meets Tech:

Those who want a luxury brand to go along with their tech sensibilities might now look to the new TAG Heuer Connected Watch.

Now it’s lacking a bit of the innovations that we have come to expect with a smart watch. However, it’s a sign of things to come in wearable timepieces.

Read More: CNET


Here’s one you don’t normally think about: passengers with peanut allergies can affect the rest of the plane when flights decide it’s not worth chancing what might be a minimal risk.

This article dives into a subject that only sounds a little nuts.

Read More: Mashable

Let’s Hope This Doesn’t Come In Handy:

We have seen it aplenty in television and film, but the question remains whether there is any worth to bracing for impact.

Read on and hope you never need this info.

Read More: Popular Science

Game of Inches:

Every little bit matters, especially when it comes to being crammed on an airplane for several hours.

Here is a breakdown of the airlines with the most legroom.

Read More: Fox News

High Cuisine:

Airline food remains one of the ways to cut through the tedium of a long flight. Oh, it also offers sustenance, we guess.

Thankfully, healthy options are becoming increasingly abundant.

Read More: USA Today


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