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What would make you boycott a company?

by Marketplace Weekend Staff Oct 30, 2017
Can consumers regulate businesses with the power of PR?
An American Airlines plane is seen on the tarmac at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.
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What United could have done differently

by , and Apr 11, 2017
Was there a better way to handle the situation? Yes, there was. And airlines do it all the time.
United Airlines has had to put out a major (public relations) fire this week.
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United is in the hot seat after video shows passenger's forcible removal

by Kai Ryssdal and Robert Garrova Apr 10, 2017
The airline is handling a first-class PR problem, but will it change?
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You want economy? United has “basic” economy

by Gigi Douban Nov 16, 2016
The airline will offer a no-frills fare to compete with low-cost airlines Spirit and Frontier.
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United's CEO on making flying less horrible

by David Brancaccio Sep 7, 2016
Oscar Munoz explains how it all starts with shared purpose.
A United Airlines plane sits on the tarmac at San Francisco International Airport.
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When do airlines decide to kick people off planes?

by Tony Wagner Apr 18, 2016
Several incidents have resulted in airlines removing people from planes, but the reasons why weren't always clear.
Security check-point lines stretch well in the baggage claim area 19 October 2001 at Denver International Airport.
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United's stock isn't soaring, and hedge funds are on the attack

by , and Mar 8, 2016
There's turbulence in the friendly skies as investors and management battle for control.
An employee walks through the United Airlines terminal at Newark Liberty Airport on July 8, 2015 in Newark, New Jersey.
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The rise and fall of decent airplane food

by Tony Wagner Feb 2, 2016
United and American are bringing snacks back to coach this year — we used to get lobster.
A stewardess serving drinks whilst passengers have lunch aboard a BEA Vickers Viking passenger plane, 1958. 
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Despite recent troubles, United Airlines hopes to take off

by Molly Wood and Raghu Manavalan Jan 18, 2016
Bloomberg Businessweek's Drake Bennett explains United's struggle for a comeback.

U.S. airlines battle Persian Gulf carriers

by Nova Safo Nov 16, 2015
U.S. airlines say Gulf carriers are competing unfairly

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