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Be an Example -- 3 Ways to Practice True Leadership

You don't want to be the next United Airlines; instead, take steps to empower employees to behave better by modeling true leadership for them.

Erik Huberman

5 Lessons Entrepreneurs Can Learn About Preparing for Crisis Communications

Ubiquitous cell phone cameras mean every embarrassing mistake you or an employee makes is made in public.

John Pilmer

PR Disasters That Global Companies Found Hard to Deal With

Social media platforms have short-time memories and forget even the most glaring of all embarrassing tales in their rush to move on to the next big story

Komal Nathani

Killing Bill: The Demise of Bill O'Reilly at Fox News

When one of the most powerful men in media gets fired, it proves that everyone is expendable.

Steve Tobak

5 Leadership Failures That Contributed to the United Fiasco

Every CEO is vulnerable to United-esque PR disaster when their organizations veer from their core values.

Brian Fielkow

United Airlines Passenger Dragged Off Plane by Airport Employees

Brute force was used to drag a paying passenger off one of its planes on Sunday night.

Rose Leadem

Should Airplane Overhead Bins Be a 'Right'?

We asked our audience on social media for their thoughts.

Computer Glitch Delays United Airlines Flights

Last year, Delta Air Lines canceled hundreds of flights and delayed many others after a power outage hit its computer systems.

Reuters

United Expects $3.1 Billion a Year From No-frills Airfare, Fewer Delays

The third-largest U.S. carrier by passenger traffic also said passenger unit revenue would fall between 6.5 percent and 7.5 percent from a year earlier.

Reuters

United Airlines Slapped with $2.75 Million Fine Over Flight Delays

The second-largest U.S. carrier at times did not return wheelchairs to customers promptly or give them adequate help, according to Department of Transportation.

Reuters

United Airlines to Serve Free Snacks On All Flights

United now only serves free food on international flights.

Reuters