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United has announced a 10-point plan to improve customer service
United Airlines is looking into why a giant rabbit did not survive its flight.
Pet costs are seen surging, as are several other top household categories.
An American Airlines flight attendant becomes the latest victim of social media and its tendency to encourage harsh snap judgments on the airline industry.
Delta often cites its revenue premium to the industry, but United President Scott Kirby says the metric isn't meaningful.
Earnings and hopes for a tax plan help lift the markets. Portfolio moves include exiting a utility position.
But Cowen thinks that airline stocks are range bound.
United's Airlines has enacted a new rule for it's employees.
United Airlines shares fell 4% Tuesday because the carrier reiterated that it plans to restore its legitimate market share at hubs such as Newark Airport.
Stocks close lower on Tuesday as shares of Goldman Sachs, Bank of America and Johnson & Johnson decline after the companies reported first quarter earnings.
Stocks are lower on Tuesday after shares of Goldman Sachs, Bank of America and Johnson & Johnson decline.
United Airlines executives say that so far they have seen no impact on bookings from the April 9 incident when an erratic passenger was dragged off an aircraft.
United executives say it's too soon to know if the April 9 fiasco hurt ticket sales.
United lost control of the narrative early, but made a bad situation worse through its response.
Stocks are lower on Tuesday after Goldman Sachs' first-quarter earnings come up short.
Stock futures are lower on Tuesday after Bank of America's first-quarter profit tops analysts' forecasts but Goldman Sachs misses.
United Airlines rose Monday, in advance of an earnings beat, and on hopes for the conclusion of a week of reporting on an unfortunate passenger management incident.
U.S. stock futures are lower and European shares decline after U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May calls for an early general election.
Stocks close in positive territory Monday ahead of a big week for U.S. corporate earnings.
United Airlines will likely have OK earnings, but Cramer would rather buy Southwest Airlines.
As United prepares to report earnings Monday evening, investors seem ready to move past the fallout from an unpleasant encounter with an erratic passenger whose seat was needed by crew.
American, Delta and United have changed policies regarding requests to passengers to give up their seats -- altering compensation, crew movement, and use of law enforcement.
United's been under fire this week for the violent removal of a passenger told he had to give up his reserved seat for an airline employee.
United Continental reported stronger than expected financial results for its first quarter.
Republican Illinois state Representative Peter Breen introduced the Airline Passenger Protection Act.
Delta increased the amount it will offer a passenger to leave a plane to $10,000.
Stocks rise on Monday ahead of a big week for U.S. corporate earnings, including reports Monday from Netlfix and United Airlines.