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United Airlines CEO Says More Changes Coming

Following an incident in which a passenger was violently removed from a flight, United Airlines last week unveiled a number of policy changes — including increasing compensation for bumping passengers, reducing overbooking, and providing more employee training — meant to ensure such incidents don’t happen in the future. Now, the carrier’s CEO says those changes won’t be the last. [More]

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United Airlines Ups Compensation For Bumped Passengers To $10K

Over the past several weeks, United Airlines has taken steps to put an April 9 incident in which a passenger was violently removed from a flight behind it: revising crew travel policies, discontinuing the use of law enforcement to remove passengerscompensating passengers on the controversial flight, and, of course, issuing several apologies. Now the airline is revamping how it compensates passengers being bumped from flights and answering lingering questions from lawmakers.  [More]

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Target Clarifies: They Reserve The Right To Ban Resellers

Target’s collections of downscale versions of products from big-name designers are hot sellers, and the quick disappearance of this year’s Lilly Pulitzer collection from its physical and virtual shelves followed the pattern. A month after that, people began to report that they were being banned from making purchases from Target because they bought too much. No, Target wasn’t rejecting capitalism: the retailer confirmed that they were taking action to deter resellers. [More]

Facebook Lets Users Post On Pharmaceutical Company
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Facebook Lets Users Post On Pharmaceutical Company Pages

Facebook is forcing pharmaceutical companies to open up and swallow public opinion. Before this week, the organizations were allowed to have closed walls that didn’t allow users to post. Thanks to a shift in policy, pharmaceutical companies now no longer receive the privilege.

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