News and notes from around the interweb:
- Uber drivers know where they pick you up and drop you off, but soon they may not see it in their trip histories anymore to promote rider privacy and help prevent creepy stalker drivers from finding you later.
- Arne Sorenson’s daughter may have told him he has nothing to worry about with Airbnb but Marriott is testing an entry into homesharing in the London market
- Last chance to claim compensation for your air berlin miles in bankruptcy
- Suntrust employee may have stolen personal information on 1.5 million customers
- While Cathay Pacific won’t do dine on demand in business class, KLM is adding an anytime option (not the regular meal) to Amsterdam – Tokyo flights. That’s a good middle ground.
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- Oscar Munoz won’t get a bonus – so earns only $10 million – and former Air Canada CEO steps down as United’s chairman. It’s funny that Munoz and Milton take this hit while President Scott Kirby still made over $6 million and is perhaps most responsible for United’s current problems.