Hertz to Buy Dollar Thrifty
Image from: Car Rental / Shutterstock After two years of negotiating, Hertz is finally making it official: In a merger that will give it a combined share of about 25% of U.S. car rental market sales, Hertz Global Holdings has agreed to buy Dollar Thrifty Automotive Group for $2.3 billion. Hertz expects at least $160 million of annual cost synergies from the transaction. Today, Enterprise Holdings is the market leader
Image from: Megabus / StudentGuideGoPittsburgh.com The cost and hassle of flying may be making it a less desirable method of travel. As a result more people may be turning to commercial buses for their transportation needs. As a recent college graduate I have traveled affordably by bus for years, so I was particularly interested in the comparison between the lines I’ve had the most experience with: Greyhound, Megabus, and BoltBus.