Directravel acquired Travel Management Corp. of San Jose, Calif., effective Dec. 31. - Business Travel News

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January 28, 2013 - 02:50 PM ET

Directravel acquired Travel Management Corp. of San Jose, Calif., effective Dec. 31. "Everyone will remain at TMC in their current positions and business will be as usual," TMC posted to its website following an unconfirmed report of the deal in The Beat. "We are their third acquisition with more to follow."

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