Inflation, labour shortages to delay recovery in business travel spending – industry forecast

A recovery in global business travel spending to pre-pandemic levels is likely to be delayed by 18 months to 2026 because of factors like persistent inflation, high energy prices, labour shortages and lockdowns in China, a new industry forecast shows. The Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) said business travel spending rebounded by 5.5% to $697 […]

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After lying dormant for nearly three decades, someone discovered a two-player mode in Super Punch-Out

Most people who played video games in the 1980s and 90s probably remember cheat codes with an element of fondness. There were even entire publications devoted to the subject, and finding one on your own was pretty exciting. Nowadays, cheating in video games mostly happens in multiplayer titles and is generally frowned upon since cheaters […]

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Young mice transfused with blood from old mice became fatigued faster and ran shorter distances

A team of researchers from Korea University College of Medicine, the University of California and the Buck Institute for Research on Aging reports that transfusing young mice with blood from older mice makes them grow fatigued and unable to run long distances. In 2005, a team of researchers at the University of California stitched pairs […]

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