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Sabre Signs SynXis Platform Agreement with Japan’s Resorttrust, Inc.

Japan's membership-based hotel chain Resorttrust, Inc. has selected Sabre's SynXis Booking Engine to help it convert website traffic into bookings, improve visibility, and improve the overall customer experience.
Tags: Travel, Japan, Sabre, Sabre Signs SynXis Platform Agreement, Resorttrust Inc


Sabre indicates 'modest' recovery signs but air bookings still slammed

"The environment remains uncertain, with reductions in airline capacity and a volatile macro environment," Sabre said in an unscheduled update to investors this week.
Tags: Travel, Sabre


Pepper spray sales are surging as protests rock the United States (AMZN)

Pepper spray, Black Lives Matter merchandise, and antidepressants are in high demand.  A Sabre protective spray climbed to the top spot of Amazon's sports and outdoor best sellers list on Tuesday, with others also gracing the top items.  Protests continued to rock US cities on Monday night despite curfews and increased police presence.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Pepper spray was the top-selling item in Amazon's sports and outdoors collection on Tuesday as protests co...
Tags: Amazon, New York, New York City, US, Trends, Bloomberg, United States, Black Lives Matter, Google Trends, Cnbc, Sabre, US Food and Drug Administration, Amazon CNCB


Pepper spray sales soar on Amazon

By Spencer Soper, Bloomberg Amazon.com shoppers are buying up pepper spray as demonstrations continue around the country and self-defense becomes top-of-mind for some Americans. A $9.48 canister of Sabre “max police strength” pepper spray shot up to the top-selling rank in Amazon’s sports and outdoors category Monday morning, supplanting normal best-sellers such as shorts and T-shirts, according to Marketplace Pulse, which monitors the site. A neck gaiter, which can cover the nose and mouth and ...
Tags: Amazon, Business, Protest, Sport, Soccer, Sabre, Floyd, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories OCR, Top Stories PE, Top Stories IVDB, Top Stories RDF, Top Stories Sun, Top Stories Breeze, Top Stories LBPT, Top Stories WDN


Sabres Season Ends by Missing Playoffs Again

It’s almost fitting that the Buffalo Sabres 2019-20 season ended this way. With the pandemic blurring days together, with little difference between a Tuesday and a Friday, it feels like Groundhog’s Day. And once again, same day, different year, the Sabres have missed the playoffs. Even with this season’s special 24-team playoff format, where more than three-quarters of the teams in the league make the postseason, the Sabres will once again conclude their season on the outside looking ...
Tags: Sport, Detroit Red Wings, Hockey, NHL, Terry, Jason, Sabre, Montreal Canadiens, Buffalo Sabres, Ottawa Senators, Phelan, Sabres, Pittsburgh Penguins, Jack Eichel, Robin Lehner, Kim Pegula


Every NHL Team’s All-Time Best Goal Scorer

There are many skills that a hockey player can have to make them an asset in the NHL. But you cannot win games without the puck hitting the back of the net, so there’s a reason that goal scorers have almost always been the most celebrated superstars during every era. In this article, we will take a look at each franchise’s greatest goal scorer. This will not be a subjective list, merely a look at each franchise’s career goals leader. We’ll talk about the players’ arrival with and, if necessa...
Tags: New York, Minnesota, Colorado, Washington, Boston, Toronto, Los Angeles, Sport, Stars, Chicago, Canada, Avalanche, Wheeler, Kings, Rangers, Mario


TFB Review: 5.11 Sabre 2.0 Jacket after SEVEN Years

It is hard to write gear reviews. If you only used an item for a few weeks, you hardly have a valuable experience to share. But when you own something for many years, like this 5.11 Sabre 2.0 jacket I am going to talk about, that kind of long term use creates a real emotional […] Read More … The post TFB Review: 5.11 Sabre 2.0 Jacket after SEVEN Years appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Reviews, Guns, Jacket, Sabre, Concealed Carry, 5.11, Other Gear & Gadgets, 2.0, Concealment, 5.11 Tactical


Blue Jackets’ Signings Show Early Glimpse of Next Season

There might not be hockey on the ice at this point. But the Columbus Blue Jackets spent Friday and Monday signing players for next season and beyond. On Friday, the Blue Jackets gave All-Star goaltender Joonas Korpisalo a two-year extension. Then on Monday, they signed former Sabre and Avalanche forward Mikhail Grigorenko to a one-year deal that won’t take effect until the start of next season whenever that is. (Update: The NHL ruled that the contract violated the CBA. Therefore it could not ...
Tags: Sport, Gm, Hockey, NHL, Columbus, RFA, Commentary, Sabre, Bruce Bennett Getty, Columbus Blue Jackets, All Star, Grigorenko, Mikhail Grigorenko, Joonas Korpisalo, Blue Jackets, Korpisalo


Every Team’s All-Time Best Goal Scorer

There are many skills that a hockey player can have to make them an asset in the NHL. But you cannot win games without the puck hitting the back of the net, so there’s a reason that goal scorers have almost always been the most celebrated superstars during every era. In this article, we will take a look at each franchise’s greatest goal scorer. This will not be a subjective list, merely a look at each franchise’s career goals leader. We’ll talk about the players’ arrival with and, if necessa...
Tags: New York, Minnesota, Colorado, Washington, Boston, Toronto, Los Angeles, Sport, Stars, Chicago, Canada, Avalanche, Wheeler, Kings, Rangers, Mario


Sabres’ Free Agents – Should They Stay or Should They Go?

With the 2019-20 season on hiatus, so much is up in the air. We don’t know if there will be a conclusion to the regular season, a shortened playoff format or really any semblance of playoffs to conclude the season. What we do know is that there will be an offseason. For the Buffalo Sabres, there are decisions aplenty to be made. What happens over this offseason will shape this roster in a major way for the next decade. Related: Sabres Goalie Rocky Farr Recalls Memories From Early Buffalo T...
Tags: Sport, Ap, Rochester, Hockey, NHL, Reinhart, Sabre, Free Agents, Buffalo Sabres, Wayne Simmonds, Jonathan, Sabres, Hutton, Jack Eichel, Sam Reinhart, Curtis Lazar


Sabre merger with Farelogix blocked by UK authoritySabre merger with Farelogix blocked by UK authority

GDS waits for UK ruling on merger with Farelogix
Tags: Travel, UK, Sabre, Farelogix


Sabre wins Farelogix acquisition court battle against DoJSabre wins Farelogix acquisition court battle against DoJ

Sabre wins anti-trust case against government
Tags: Travel, Sabre, Farelogix, DoJSabre


2020 NHL Draft: Top 10 Mock Scenarios 9.0

Mock 1.0Mock 2.0Mock 3.0Mock 4.0Mock 5.0Mock 6.0Mock 7.0Mock 8.0 In this series, I’ve been running the Tankathon simulator for the draft lottery on a daily basis and mocking the results for the top 10 leading up to the 2020 NHL draft — or until the actual lottery takes place to determine the official draft order. There are more than 30 different scenarios within the top-three picks, so this should provide plenty of entertainment for 30-plus days — for at least a month, if not longer, w...
Tags: Hollywood, California, Los Angeles, Sport, Chicago, Austria, Canada, New Jersey, Arizona, Kings, San Jose, Detroit Red Wings, Buffalo, Hockey, NHL, Montreal


2020 NHL Draft: Top 10 Mock Scenarios 7.0

Mock 1.0Mock 2.0Mock 3.0Mock 4.0Mock 5.0Mock 6.0 In this series, I’ve been running the Tankathon simulator for the draft lottery on a daily basis and mocking the results for the top 10 leading up to the 2020 NHL draft — or until the actual lottery takes place to determine the official draft order. There are more than 30 different scenarios within the top-three picks, so this should provide plenty of entertainment for 30-plus days — for at least a month, if not longer, while awaiting th...
Tags: Time, Los Angeles, Sport, Chicago, Austria, Canada, New Jersey, Arizona, Kings, Detroit Red Wings, Quinn, Hockey, NHL, Montreal, Detroit, Quebec


Sabre Announces Over $200 Million in Cost Saving Actions and Other Measures to Strengthen Financial Position in Response to COVID-19

Sabre Corporation (NASDAQ: SABR), the leading software and technology company that powers the global travel industry, announced today that it is taking significant measures to strengthen its financial position in response to the current industry conditions. The travel industry continues to be adversely affected by the global health crisis caused by the outbreak of COVID-19, as well as by government directives that have been enacted to slow the spread of the virus.
Tags: Travel, Sabre, Sabre Corporation NASDAQ


Sabre to Boost Its Travel Tech Investment by $150 Million This Year

Sabre CEO Sean Menke is right to highlight the progress his business has made during the three years since he took the top job. He's also right to insist the company needs to invest more in tech to keep up with the travel industry's pace of digital change. But will investors be patient?
Tags: Travel, Sabre, Sean Menke


Sabre, A New Global Partner

Our Group signed a partnership with Sabre, world leader in travel technologies and software. Video interview with Gilles de Richemond, Chief Information Officer at Accor.
Tags: Travel, Sabre, Gilles


Alila Hotels and Resorts Drive Personalized Retailing Strategy with Sabre's SynXis Platform

A strategic agreement between Alila Hotels and Resorts and leading technology provider to the global travel industry, Sabre Corporation (NASDAQ: SABR), has helped to enable the luxury hotel brand to record significant incremental growth. Propelled by the need to drive both brand loyalty and individual property personality, the partnership made it possible for Alila to develop a personalized digital marketing strategy for its unique locations.
Tags: Travel, Sabre, Alila, Sabre Corporation NASDAQ, Alila Hotels


Thomas Kurian on his first year as Google Cloud CEO

“Yes.” That was Google Cloud CEO Thomas Kurian’s simple answer when I asked if he thought he’d achieved what he set out to do in his first year. A year ago, he took the helm of Google’s cloud operations — which includes G Suite — and set about giving the organization a sharpened focus by expanding on a strategy his predecessor Diane Greene first set during her tenure. It’s no secret that Kurian, with his background at Oracle, immediately put the entire Google Cloud operation on a cou...
Tags: Google, TC, Cloud, Enterprise, Cloud Computing, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, Gartner, Deloitte, Accenture, Mongodb, Oracle, Sap, Activision Blizzard, Vmware, Lufthansa


Sabre Honored With Multiple Interactive Media Awards Recognizing Best-In-Class Website Design For Hotels

Sabre Corporation (NASDAQ: SABR), a leading software and technology company that powers the global travel industry, is thrilled to announce that it was awarded multiple HSMAI (Hospitality Sales & Marketing Association International) Adrian Awards for its SynXis Digital Experience Web Design solutions.
Tags: Travel, Sabre, Sabre Corporation NASDAQ


Sabres with 100-Point Seasons

Reaching the 100-point mark is a special feat for NHL players. It’s an outstanding offensive achievement that speaks to talent, consistency and determination. The century club has long been the gold standard for scoring. It’s an exclusive club, started by Boston Bruins’ forward Phil Esposito who scored 126 points (49 goals and 77 assists) during the 1968-69 season. Bobby Hull and Gordie Howe also registered 100 points that season, but Esposito was the first to reach 100-points. Thi...
Tags: New York, Russia, Sport, Rangers, Buffalo, Hockey, NHL, Montreal, Ross, New York Rangers, New York Islanders, Sabre, Robert, Boston Bruins, Montreal Canadiens, Martin


MORGAN STANLEY: These 12 large tech companies are most likely to get acquired within the next 12 months

Dealmaking activity in the US remained relatively flat in the fourth quarter, according to Morgan Stanley. However, the tech sector still stands out as having the highest so-called offer intensity of any sector. The bank recently updated its model that forecasts the companies likeliest to receive offers within the next 12 months. Click here for more BI Prime stories.  Corporate dealmaking in the US increased slightly in the fourth quarter of last year. But the relatively flat trend that has p...
Tags: US, Trends, Morgan Stanley, Nutanix, Sabre, CACI, Lerner, First Solar, MKS Instruments, Lumentum, Lumentum Holdings, Boris Lerner, Lerner He, MKS Instruments Ticker, Nutanix Ticker, Sabre Ticker


Google Cloud lands Lufthansa Group and Sabre as new customers

Google’s strategy for bringing new customers to its cloud is to focus on the enterprise and specific verticals like healthcare, energy, financial service and retail, among others. It’s healthcare efforts recently experienced a bit of a setback, with Epic now telling its customers that it is not moving forward with its plans to support Google Cloud, but in return, Google now got to announce two new customers in the travel business: Lufthansa Group, the world’s largest airline group by revenue,...
Tags: Travel, Google, Energy, TC, Cloud, Enterprise, Cloud Computing, Tech, Ceo, Companies, Artificial Intelligence, Healthcare, Delta, Retail, Aviation, Airlines


Sabre announces 10-year partnership with GoogleSabre announces 10-year partnership with Google

Tie-up will 'create new marketplace for customers' says tech giant
Tags: Travel, Google, Sabre


Revealed: The Top 10 Custom Motorcycles of 2019

It’s always the hardest article to write, but also the most fascinating to research. Our annual roundup of the most popular customs on Bike EXIF reveals the dominant trends in the scene as well as the builders who have their fingers on the pulse. This year, outside of the top two builds, the competition was tighter than ever before. Some builds that dominated site traffic barely registered a blip on social media; other bikes that went haywire in our social channels simply didn’t translate to ...
Tags: Facebook, Europe, Southeast Asia, Chicago, Wes, Motorcycles, Ducati, Sprint, Brisbane, Amd, Bob, Honda, Bangkok, Exif, Sabre, North Africa


Sabres’ Toughness Still A Problem

S.O.S! These “Same Old Sabres” are still stinking up the joint. Buffalo Sabres defenseman Rasmus Dahlin fell backwards to the ice, spinning on his knees, clutching his face with both of his hands. Clearly shaken, he dropped his stick, then his gloves. Blood was dripping from his face, splattering on the ice. Tampa Bay’s Erik Cernak has been suspended for two games for Elbowing Buffalo’s Rasmus Dahlin. https://t.co/yB9zgyF1sR— NHL Player Safety (@NHLPlayerSafety) November 26, 2019 ...
Tags: Usa, Sweden, Sport, Dave, Lightning, Hockey, NHL, Tampa Bay Lightning, Minnesota Wild, Sabre, Buffalo Sabres, Tampa Bay, Jerome Miron, Jeff Skinner, Dahlin, Sabres


Sabres Fred Stanfield Trade Revisited

The Buffalo Sabres made it to the Stanley Cup Final in only their fifth season of existence. The first thought regarding the team’s ability to do so typically calls to mind Buffalo’s fabled “French Connection” line of Gilbert Perreault, Rick Martin and Rene Robert – arguably the most dominant forward line of the 1970s NHL. As tremendous as that trio of francophones was, the Sabres possessed extensive talent in every facet of their roster as they made their Cup-run. The 1974-75 squad was ...
Tags: New York, Minnesota, Boston, Toronto, Sport, Chicago, Rangers, Philadelphia, Buffalo, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Montreal, Detroit, New York Rangers, Chicago Blackhawks


Sabres Fortunate Eichel Is in the Fold

Things are looking good on the farm. As injuries continue to mount, the Buffalo Sabres’ organizational depth has been tested. With injuries to Marcus Johansson, Johan Larsson, Vladimir Sobotka and Kyle Okposo, opportunities have been offered to two Rochester Americans – Tage Thompson and Rasmus Asplund. Asplund appeared in games against the Ottawa Senators and Chicago Blackhawks whereas Thompson was only in Sunday’s game against the Blackhawks. Both players showed themselves very well. ...
Tags: Usa, Minnesota, Sport, Atlantic, Rochester, Hockey, NHL, Chicago Blackhawks, Minnesota Wild, Thompson, Sabre, Florida Panthers, Boston Bruins, Bruins, Buffalo Sabres, Blackhawks


Duffel raises $30M led by Index Ventures to disintermediate legacy travel platforms

Huge travel platforms that run airline booking systems like Sabre and Amadeus were invented eons ago and are so large and cumbersome that innovating with them is no easy feat. In the same way that challenger banks have come along to re-invent the banking software Starck, UK startup Duffel has done the same in the travel market, linking up airlines directly with travel agents with a 21st Century platform. Today it’s announced a $30m Series B funding round from investors Index Ventures, and the...
Tags: TC, Europe, Business, France, Germany, Articles, Tech, Spain, Banking, Xml, Canada, United States, United Kingdom, Airbnb, Airlines, Api


NHL Rumors: Oilers, Hurricanes, Quick, More

In today’s edition of NHL Rumors, we look at the Edmonton Oilers’ potential interest in Taylor Hall and the Carolina Hurricanes’ desire to bring in a top-nine forward. Plus, what are the Los Angeles Kings going to do with Jonathan Quick, and is Rasmus Ristolainen content as a Buffalo Sabre? Related: NHL Rumors: Canadiens, Capitals, Hall, More Oilers Interested in Hall Reunion? In an interview on Sportsnet’s Tim & Sid, Elliotte Friedman suggested that if the New Jersey Devils want to m...
Tags: Sport, Gm, Kings, Finland, Buffalo, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Edmonton, Hall, Anderson, Minnesota Wild, Los Angeles Kings, New Jersey Devils, Mike Smith, Sabre