CHICAGO, March 20 (UPI) -- They are called "corridor warriors." They're the 21st century's revised version of "road warriors," those late-20th-century business professionals, last seen scurrying about airports, with mobile phones attached to their ears and laptop computers in their carry-on bags.
Corridor warriors, experts tell United Press International's Networking, are a more evolved species. These individuals strut around their own offices -- corridors and all -- with a wireless phone. They rarely work from their desk, preferring to use a PDA, even for intensive applications. By Gene Koprowski