1. Superstorm Sandy Sandy brought much of the Eastern Seaboard to a standstill when it made landfall the evening of October 29. Just the next day, 12,000 flights were canceled, according to The Wall Street Journal. The impact extended to meetings canceled from Boston to Washington, D.C./Virginia and points south. The Global Business Travel Association predicted that about 514,000 trips would be canceled and $606 million in travel spending lost as a result of storm-related ...

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