Oscar Munoz

'Oscar Munoz' - 9 News Result(s)

  • United Airlines Reports Solid Profits, Vows Better Customer Treatment
    World News | Agence France-Presse | Tuesday April 18, 2017
    United Continental reported sharply lower first-quarter earnings Monday but they still bested analyst expectations, and the airline vowed to remake its customer service after its rough treatment of a passenger stoked global outrage.
  • United CEO Oscar Munoz: The Rise And Fall Of A 'Communicator Of The Year'
    People | Avi Selk, The Washington Post | Thursday April 13, 2017
    Not quite a full month ago, before #LeggingsGate and dragging-gate and the accompanying public scorn, United Airlines chief executive Oscar Munoz put on a bow tie and ascended a stage in New York for the self-styled "Oscars of the PR world."
  • United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz Says He Won't Resign
    World News | Agence France-Presse | Thursday April 13, 2017
    United Continental chief executive Oscar Munoz said Wednesday he will not resign and again apologized for the removal of a customer from an overbooked flight by force -- an incident that drew global scorn.
  • United CEO Apologizes, Promises Review Of Airline's Practices
    Business | Agency France Presse | Wednesday April 12, 2017
    The apology came yesterday after a torrent of criticism of the carrier's action on a flight Sunday and its initial explanation of it.
  • United CEO Apologizes For 'Horrific Event,' Promises Review Of Policies
    World News | Lori Aratani, Avi Selk, The Washington Post | Wednesday April 12, 2017
    After two days of conflicting explanations, falling stock prices and worldwide outrage, United Airlines entered full mea culpa mode Tuesday, with its chief executive apologizing for the "horrific event" in which a passenger was dragged from a plane screaming after refusing a last-minute request to give up his seat to make room for a crew member.
  • United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz Apologises, Promises 'Thorough Review'
    World News | Agence France-Presse | Wednesday April 12, 2017
    The chief executive of embattled United Airlines unequivocally apologised Tuesday for an incident in which a passenger was dragged off a plane, and promised a "thorough review" of the airline's practices.
  • United Airlines Names Brett Hart as Acting CEO
    Business | Thomson Reuters | Tuesday October 20, 2015
    United Continental Holdings Inc on Monday said it appointed an interim leader four days after chief executive officer Oscar Munoz suffered a heart attack, raising uncertainty about whether its top official would return.
  • The Big Questions Companies Face When a CEO Grows Sick
    World News | Jena McGregor, The Washington Post | Tuesday October 20, 2015
    Oscar Munoz was hospitalized 37 days into his job as the CEO of United Continental, and just a week before the company was to report its first earnings update under his leadership. The airline would not confirm the reason, but news reports have said Munoz suffered a heart attack.
  • United Remains Silent on Medical Condition of Airline CEO
    World News | Reuters | Monday October 19, 2015
    United Continental Holdings Inc remained silent on the medical condition of its new chief executive officer, who was admitted to the hospital Thursday, prompting questions from observers about who will lead the company in his absence.

'Oscar Munoz' - 9 News Result(s)

  • United Airlines Reports Solid Profits, Vows Better Customer Treatment
    World News | Agence France-Presse | Tuesday April 18, 2017
    United Continental reported sharply lower first-quarter earnings Monday but they still bested analyst expectations, and the airline vowed to remake its customer service after its rough treatment of a passenger stoked global outrage.
  • United CEO Oscar Munoz: The Rise And Fall Of A 'Communicator Of The Year'
    People | Avi Selk, The Washington Post | Thursday April 13, 2017
    Not quite a full month ago, before #LeggingsGate and dragging-gate and the accompanying public scorn, United Airlines chief executive Oscar Munoz put on a bow tie and ascended a stage in New York for the self-styled "Oscars of the PR world."
  • United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz Says He Won't Resign
    World News | Agence France-Presse | Thursday April 13, 2017
    United Continental chief executive Oscar Munoz said Wednesday he will not resign and again apologized for the removal of a customer from an overbooked flight by force -- an incident that drew global scorn.
  • United CEO Apologizes, Promises Review Of Airline's Practices
    Business | Agency France Presse | Wednesday April 12, 2017
    The apology came yesterday after a torrent of criticism of the carrier's action on a flight Sunday and its initial explanation of it.
  • United CEO Apologizes For 'Horrific Event,' Promises Review Of Policies
    World News | Lori Aratani, Avi Selk, The Washington Post | Wednesday April 12, 2017
    After two days of conflicting explanations, falling stock prices and worldwide outrage, United Airlines entered full mea culpa mode Tuesday, with its chief executive apologizing for the "horrific event" in which a passenger was dragged from a plane screaming after refusing a last-minute request to give up his seat to make room for a crew member.
  • United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz Apologises, Promises 'Thorough Review'
    World News | Agence France-Presse | Wednesday April 12, 2017
    The chief executive of embattled United Airlines unequivocally apologised Tuesday for an incident in which a passenger was dragged off a plane, and promised a "thorough review" of the airline's practices.
  • United Airlines Names Brett Hart as Acting CEO
    Business | Thomson Reuters | Tuesday October 20, 2015
    United Continental Holdings Inc on Monday said it appointed an interim leader four days after chief executive officer Oscar Munoz suffered a heart attack, raising uncertainty about whether its top official would return.
  • The Big Questions Companies Face When a CEO Grows Sick
    World News | Jena McGregor, The Washington Post | Tuesday October 20, 2015
    Oscar Munoz was hospitalized 37 days into his job as the CEO of United Continental, and just a week before the company was to report its first earnings update under his leadership. The airline would not confirm the reason, but news reports have said Munoz suffered a heart attack.
  • United Remains Silent on Medical Condition of Airline CEO
    World News | Reuters | Monday October 19, 2015
    United Continental Holdings Inc remained silent on the medical condition of its new chief executive officer, who was admitted to the hospital Thursday, prompting questions from observers about who will lead the company in his absence.
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