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Airlines continue to tinker with their frequent-flier programs, sometimes in ways that help business travelers but make it harder for occasional fliers to earn a free trip.
Frequent-flier programs started out simple: After flying enough trips or miles you earned a free flight, maybe to some exotic place. They built loyalty. But in the last few years, many airlines have changed their programs to reward high-spending customers.
“That’s going to come out of the hides of those travelers who are flying less frequently and flying on cheaper tickets,” says Tim Winship, editor of FrequentFlier.com. He says some travelers will need to ask themselves if it’s worth staying loyal to one airline just to earn miles. Read more…
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Multiple sources have confirmed to GamesIndustry.biz that Phil Harrison will soon leave Microsoft. So far, Microsoft has declined to confirm his departure.
Harrison himself has likewise declined comment, telling Eurogamer at the Game Developers Conference today, “I’m sorry, I don’t think I can say anything about that.”
When approached by Eurogamer Chris Charla, director of ID@Xbox, also refused comment.
Harrison has been a corporate vice president at Microsoft since 2012. Prior to that he was president of Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios. He also served on the advisory board of the game streaming service Gaikai.
In January of 2013 Harrison was on hand to announce the launch of Lift London, a new London-based game studio…
Romance is pretty ruff, even on a reality show.
Scott Eastwood, son of actor Clint Eastwood, stars in a Funny or Die spoof of The Bachelor, featuring a line up of adorable dogs. Scott must follow his heart if he’s going to find his true “man’s best friend.”
Finding your perfect soulmate may just be a matter of swiping right, but finding the perfect pooch is serious business.
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Farfetch, a London-based high-end fashion retailer, has raised $86 million, launching the company’s valuation to $1 billion, the Financial Times reported.
The seven-year-old startup is an online marketplace that peddles designer clothes and accessories from more than 300 independent boutiques across the world. With the latest round, the company has now raised a total of $195 million.
The massive price tag makes the company the third high-profile London tech startup this year to ascend to the so-called “unicorn club” of companies that have surpassed billion-dollar worth. Music recognition service Shazam and banking app TransferWise both hit the mark in January. Read more…
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