How can anyone predict the impact the war on terrorism will have on meetings and business travel? “It's like trying to gaze into a crystal ball while it's rolling,” was how Laurie Armstrong, spokesperson for the San Francisco Convention & Visitors Bureau, put it. Hit hardest have been New York and Washington, D.C. “No one knows when people will feel better about traveling,” said Jonathan Tisch, president and CEO of New York-based Loews Hotels, in early October. “My gut feeling is that ...

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