HIGH: You score precious face time with the boss to pitch your new project.
LOW: Your boss is a close talker--with halitosis.
HIGH: Room service, here you come!
LOW: "Room service" at the Econo Lodge equals vending machine.
HIGH: You're all set with your state-of-the-art multimedia presentation.
LOW: The airline loses all your stuff (including the sparklers that were part of your big finale).
HIGH: You packed your knock-'em-dead suit.
LOW: The hotel's lack of hair dryers means your power-suit look is now topped with Krusty the Clown hair.
HIGH: You get a chance to meet people from different departments.
LOW: You have to share a room with weird Judy from sales, who insists on sleeping in the nude.
HIGH: One-on-one, your uptight boss finally seems to relax.
LOW: After three glasses of wine, she lets slip that she's embezzling from the company.
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Crunching the travel numbers, female-style.
80% of female business travelers say they view their trips as a sign of professional achievement.
53% of women say they eat the turndown-service mints left on their bed pillows.
$175 billion The amount women spend on their 14 million business trips annually. And that's a lot of peanuts.
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