"I'm in no way anti-capitalist, I think the market does a lot of good things, but the Europeans understand that the market also has its failings and that when simply left completely to its own devices, it doesn't produce these perfect results." But is more government regulation the answer? Back in suburban Washington, Brock -- the software engineer who hasn't had a long vacation for more than 10 years -- is finally planning a real getaway.His 60th birthday is coming up in December, and he'd like to do something special, maybe go on a cruise to the Bahamas.Quinn also believes the measure would withstand any legal challenge. “We just want them to be honest and to say what their services are and not to deceive women and make women believe based on all logical information that they are in a doctor’s information when they are not.
Egencia has taken the time to share its insights after mining air travel data to reveal facts that can drive better air travel policies for organisations.But employers in the United States are not obligated under federal law to offer any paid vacation, so about a quarter of all American workers don't have access to it, government figures show. Or they worry they won't be able to cope with the backlog of work waiting for them after a vacation. Working more makes Americans happier than Europeans, according to a study published recently in the Journal of Happiness Studies.That may be because Americans believe more than Europeans do that hard work is associated with success, wrote Adam Okulicz-Kozaryn, the study's author and an assistant professor at the University of Texas at Dallas. [happiness] by working, and Europeans maximize their [happiness] through leisure," he found. Little appetite for regulation Critics say it's time for a change.Opponents say it infringes on their right to free speech. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.Quinn said the measure was not an effort to close down the centers, but about what she called truth in advertising. CBS RADIO and EYE Logo TM and Copyright 2011 CBS Broadcasting Inc.