Doug Tomlinson, a former management consultant with Deloitte in San Francisco, hated being stuck in airports unable to find a good glass of wine. As chief executive of Vino Volo, an upscale wine bar designed for airports, he has turned that frustration into a business opportunity. The fifth Vino Volo opened recently at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport, and there are ambitious plans to open 45 more by 2011. Vino Volo—Italian for “wine flight”—sells wine in ...

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