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Customers Flying on Delta Receive More Free Entertainment than Any Other Carrier
Delta Air Lines announced it will offer free entertainment options on all of its domestic aircraft and two-cabin regional jets beginning Aug. 1. The move is the most far-reaching effort by an airline to provide movies, popular television shows, music, and video games for free.
With the introduction of Delta Studio and the airline’s investments to update the interior of its aircraft, Delta is setting the standard for customers when it comes to free entertainment across more than 1,000 aircraft. See the full release to learn more.
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Santa Fe Recognized as Best Small City in America by Conde Nast Traveler Readers
Santa Fe, N.M. has been named the Best Small City in America by Conde Nast Traveler’s 26th annual Readers’ Choice Awards, a ranking of the world’s best cities, islands, cruise lines, airlines, hotels, and resorts. Conde Nast Traveler had 79,268 readers participate in the 2013 survey, resulting in 1.3 million votes.
The publication credits the destination’s cultural scene as one of its best assets, noting, “no other place in the country so beautifully reflects the art, architecture, food, and crafts of centuries of Native American, Spanish, and Mexican influence.” See the full release to learn more about what makes Santa Fe so popular.
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Zillow Announces Acquisition of Trulia for $3.5B in Stock
Zillow Inc. announced July 28 that it entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Trulia Inc. for $3.5 billion in a stock-for-stock transaction. The boards of both companies have approved the transaction, which is expected to close in 2015. See the full release to learn the terms of the deal.
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Money Magazine Ranks Babson No. 1 College
Money Magazine has named Babson the No. 1 college in America on its new list of Best Colleges, “a new approach to ranking colleges that uses unique measures of educational quality, affordability, and career outcomes to help families find the right school at the right price.”
According to Money, “Consider our overall winner, Babson College, in suburban Boston. Quality of education? Check. Babson specializes in business and entrepreneurship but also gives students a well-rounded education in liberal arts and sciences and lots of opportunity for hands-on project-based learning. Big financial payoff? Check again. Babson grads go on to earn hefty salaries, and the list of ventures they’ve started is impressive, including Home Depot and Zumba Fitness.” See the full release to learn more.
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CareerBuilder Salary Survey Asks Workers What They Need to Earn to Feel Successful
Income growth for American workers has been largely stagnant during the economic recovery, and a new CareerBuilder survey on salaries confirms most workers are not earning what they want.
Sixty-five percent of full-time U.S. workers say they do not currently earn their desired salary; 35 percent do. But how much money do people need to earn to feel content with their pay? And is that amount different than what people need to feel successful?
CareerBuilder’s study answers these questions – comparing genders – and takes a closer look at pay transparency within private organizations. See the full release to learn more about the results.
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Larry Grady is online content manager at PR Newswire for Journalists. He has worked in business media for nearly 30 years and enjoys reality TV and daydreaming about travel and wine.