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Munoz says he takes full responsibility "for making this right " after the April 9 incident aboard a United Express plane in Chicago. Blumental recently penned a letter to US Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao - whose department is reportedly reviewing the United Airlines incident - outlining his concerns with the treatment of passengers by US airlines.
  • Oil prices on pace for further losses

    Economy

    US crude oil production rose to 9.25 million barrels per day, official data showed, up nearly 10 percent since mid-2016. USA gasoline stocks posted a counter-seasonal build of 1.5 million barrels, despite heavier refining activity. Iran will likely be allowed to maintain its current oil production levels should OPEC decide next month to extend the output cut deal for another six months, Kuwait's Oil Minister Essam Abdulmohsen Al-Marzouq told Bloomberg in an interview on Wednesday.
  • Broker Changes For Danaher Corporation (NYSE:DHR)

    Broker Changes For Danaher Corporation (NYSE:DHR)

    Economy

    However, on the flip side, sluggish economic conditions across key operating regions and unfavorable currency translations pose as threats. Several other research analysts have also issued reports on DHR. Danaher's dividend payout ratio is now 13.66%. TRADEMARK VIOLATION WARNING: This article was originally published by Markets Daily and is the property of of Markets Daily.
  • We won't drag passenger off plane anymore: United Airlines CEO

    We won't drag passenger off plane anymore: United Airlines CEO

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    The flight from Chicago to Louisville was overbooked and after the airline failed to get volunteers to give up their seats they asked David to leave the plane. The officer replies, "Well, we'll have to drag you". Editor's note: A previous version of this story indicated that Dao and his wife were two of four passengers selected by the airline to be removed.
  • United Airlines to testify at hearing after violent video surfaces

    Economy

    Late night comedians had a field day with United. Shares in the firm have fallen 4.4 percent, almost $1 billion in market value, since the shocking footage emerged. He had initially said, in an internal email later leaked to journalists, that Dao had been "disruptive and belligerent" and staff were "left with no choice".
  • Blake Lively gave out to a reporter for one of her questions

    Economy

    But if you're a star who is known for liking fashion, there's nothing wrong with asking a question about style and following it up with something else. "Anything you can think of, it's out there and it's being traded", Lively said, after listing some of the disturbing practices employed by child porn traffickers.
  • Ivanka Trump Has Huge Chinese Fan Club Worshiping 'Goddess Ivanka'

    Economy

    The trademark news comes after Trump has tried to distance herself from her namesake brand since she took on an advisory role to her father, President Donald Trump. The actual corporate structure of Trump's retail business remains opaque. As it is, Ivanka Trump has a conflict of interest between her company and her White House role.
  • Mike Pence to North Korea: 'The sword stands ready'

    Economy

    Christopher Hill, who served as ambassador to South Korea under President George W. Bush, recently returned from a trip there. "North Korea would do well not to test his resolve - or the strength of the armed forces of the United States in this region".
  • Controversy in USA over Wrong Info on Aircraft Carriers Whereabouts

    Controversy in USA over Wrong Info on Aircraft Carriers Whereabouts

    Economy

    Pence - speaking to sailors and Marines gathered Wednesday on the USS Ronald Reagan at Yokosuka naval base - repeated the Trump administration's line that all options to end North Korea's nuclear program were on the table. Reporter: The president would not reveal his strategy but defense secretary James Mattis said the "Vinson" was changing course, heading to the Korean peninsula.
  • Australia urges China to rein in 'reckless' North Korea

    Australia urges China to rein in 'reckless' North Korea

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    In a 2010 statement sent to China, North Korea's forestry ministry said the trucks were bought to transport timber, according to the United Nations report . Trump campaigned for office on an "America First" platform, saying he would boost US manufacturing jobs and shrink the country's trade deficit with countries like Japan.