United and other airlines today apparently don't give a good healthy crap about what you and other passengers think about its service. The reaction by a whole lot of Americans, including myself, to the outrageous forcible removal of an airline …
Shares in the owner of United Airlines recovered some ground after the airline's boss issued a second statement apologising over its removal of a passenger. United Continental Holdings stock fell 4% at one point before losses …
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Angry United Airlines customers can now vent their fury at a juicy target ... United shareholders have sent the stock price down 1.3% this week through Wednesday. Southwest Airlines Co. also ties part of CEO Gary Kelly's bonus to a …
The CEO of United Airlines issued a more forceful apology yesterday, a day after defending the airline’s actions when a Kentucky doctor who refused to give up his seat for a crew member was bloodied and violently removed from a plane in …
The United Airlines Fiasco could have happened to (most ... the staff should have simply offered more. Now, the company’s stock has lost almost $1 billion. One person with a customer-service attitude could have prevented all of this.
Shares in United Airlines slipped by close to 3% Tuesday as the company ... But momentum shifted by Tuesday morning. Earlier in the day, the stock was even lower, knocking off close to $1 billion off the company’s market value. …
United Airlines is continuing to battle fallout after video emerged Monday of a man being forcibly removed from his seat on Flight 3411 after not voluntarily giving it up. The Washington Post reported Tuesday that United Airlines Chief …