Thomas Demetrio, the lawyer for injured United passenger David Dao, said the airline’s CEO had a chance to apologize but instead called Dao belligerent.
A lawyer for the Kentucky doctor who was dragged from a United Express flight says it's too late for the airline's CEO to apologize face-to-face and that his client intends to file a lawsuit. Attorney Thomas Demetrio, who represents 69-year-old Dr. David Dao, made the comments Monday during an...
United Airlines said Friday it no longer plans to name chief executive Oscar Munoz chairman as it revised its compensation program following an uproar over its treatment of a passenger. Munoz and the airline were slammed with heavy criticism...Show More Summary
If there’s one thing bosses love, it’s deflecting blame for their mistakes onto their underlings in order to keep climbing that corporate ladder. However, United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz has learned the hard way that being in charge when your … More » The post No Surprise There! United Airlines CEO Won’t Get Promoted appeared first on EveryJoe.
How United, Wells Fargo Can Regain Customers Trust This article originally appeared on The Conversation. It’s every CEO’s worst nightmare: For whatever reason, the CEO’s company is engulfed in negative publicity that threatens to damage its brand name, harm sales and alienate customers for months...
United Airlines says its CEO won't add the title of chairman next year as planned.
United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz is being re-accommodated from a seat he was led to believe would be his. The beleaguered boss, whose fumbled apologies following the David Dao controversy made everything so much worse for United, will...Show More Summary
It is being reported that embattled United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz will no longer take over as chairman of the board next year, as had previously been planned.
United Airlines (UAL.N) Chief Executive Oscar Munoz will not chair the company's board in 2018, it said in a regulatory filing on Friday, following a high-profile incident in which an elderly passenger was dragged from a flight. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
Oscar Munoz, the CEO of United Airlines, apparently won’t become the chairman of the company as planned. Munoz has decided to leave “future determinations related to the Chairman position to the discretion of the Board,” according to a regulatory filing on Friday. Show More Summary
United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz will not become chairman of the company next year as was previously planned, a spokesperson confirmed to Business Insider. Munoz changed an agreement in his employment contract that would have allowed him to assume the position in 2018, the spokesperson said. This story is developing... Show More Summary
United Airlines caused a stir last week when footage taken by other travelers of local authorities brutally dragging a passenger from his seat before a flight from Chicago to Louisville, Kentucky, went viral. While the company's CEO,...Show More Summary
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CHICAGO — United Airlines will not fire employees involved in the recent dragging of a passenger from his seat, an incident CEO Oscar Munoz on Tuesday called “a system failure.” Executives of the Chicago-based airline sought to assure investors that United is working to learn from the...
In the latest of his statements, United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz has asserted that no one will be fired over the abuse of one David Dao, a passenger on a United Airlines flight two weeks ago. Click here to continue and read more...
United Continental CEO Oscar Munoz said Tuesday that no one will be fired for the airline's recent debacle involving a passenger being dragged off an overbooked flight. Read more...
CEO says an internal investigation could yield more policy changes.
When Chicago airport security officers forcibly dragged David Dao from a United Airlines flight on April 9, many people on social media were quick to point out the potential racial facet of the incident, as Dao, 69, is of Asian descent. United Continental Holdings (UAL) CEO Oscar Munoz made it...
CNBC reports: United Continental CEO Oscar Munoz said Tuesday that no one will be fired for the airline’s recent debacle involving a passenger being dragged off an overbooked flight. “The buck stops here. And I’m sure there was lots of conjecture about me personally,” the apologetic CEO said on the company’s earnings call Tuesday. Show More Summary