Swine Flu Alters Meeting Policy, Meetings in Mexico and Beyond

As the new strain of swine flu put the health authorities around the world on alert over the past two weeks, many corporations around the country reacted quickly to the threat by canceling meetings and putting restrictions on travel to Mexico and, in some cases, to other parts of the world.

At Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A. Inc., Torrance, Calif., a task force that included travel, legal, and risk-management experts convened quickly after the outbreak, said Toyota’s Louann Cashill, CMP, C

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