Monthly Archives: April 2017

United Airlines CEO answers lawmakers on passenger dragging incident

(Reuters) - United Airlines Chief Executive Oscar Munoz said less than one passenger was involuntarily denied boarding per 23,000 on an average last year, responding to questions from lawmakers regarding the rough removal of a passenger from one of its...

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United to offer passengers up to $10,000 to surrender seats

NEW YORK (Reuters) - United Airlines said on Thursday it would offer passengers who volunteer to forfeit their seats on overbooked flights up to $10,000 as part of the carrier's efforts to repair the damage from the rough removal of a passenger.

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Trump says was ‘psyched to terminate NAFTA’ but reconsidered

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump told Reuters on Thursday that he was "psyched" to terminate the NAFTA trade deal with Canada and Mexico, but changed his mind after their leaders asked for it to be renegotiated instead.

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Judge says Exxon owes $19.95 million for Texas refinery pollution

HOUSTON (Reuters) - A federal judge ruled on Wednesday that ExxonMobil Corp should pay a $19.95 million penalty for pollution from its Baytown, Texas, refining and chemical plant complex between 2005 and 2013.

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