WSJ Article On Best Days To Buy Tickets Wrong


Calabasas-based online travel site is taking issue with a study and article published by the Wall Street Journal yesterday, looking to pinpoint the best days to purchase an airline ticket. says it believes the WSJ got it wrong, because corporate travelers tend to book last minute, higher fares during the workweek, skewing the data used in the study.

Interview Therese Tucker, BlackLine Systems


We spoke with Therese Tucker , CEO and founder of the Calabasas firm. Another thing is the ROI studies we've had done outside our firm by Nucleus Research. Those independent ROI studies show a very, immediate payback on getting this kind of software.

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