U.S. business travelers love their Starbucks and fast-food restaurants — or at least their consistency and ubiquitous Wi-Fi.
Although 81% of restaurant expenses came from miscellaneous eateries, including non-fast food restaurants, the fast food restaurants commanded the largest share of expenses on an individual basis.
That is one of the takeaways from travel and expense software vendor Certify in its recap second quarter travel and expense trends among its clients.
Starbucks was the most-expensed restaurant in the second quarter of 2014, with travelers spending an average of $9.99, accounting for 4.76 percent of total spending put on their expense reports.
McDonald’s and Subway continued to hold the second and third spots among restaurants, accounting for 2.68% and 1.67% percent of total spending, with average spend of $8.17 and $16.99, respectively.Read the Full Article