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US Airways won't fire the person who sent that pornographic tweet

Washington Post - 14 Apr 2014
The person responsible for sending an insanely graphic tweet from the official US Airways account on Monday won't be fired because they made an honest mistake, a spokesman for the airline said Tuesday. In case you somehow missed this on Monday (and ...
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Crude oil futures pop higher as Saudi Arabia vows to cut production

Business Insider - 12 Nov 2018
However, RBC Capital Markets said that key uncertainties remain, including how US President Donald Trump may react to attempts to boost prices. "His twitter comments and back channel pressure played a pivotal role in prompting Saudi Arabia and its key ...
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British Airways shows everyone how not to GDPR

TechCrunch - 19 Jul 2018
Let's all take a minute to appreciate the view in the British Airways social media cockpit, where staffers at the coalface of the airline's Twitter account have presided over a wildly unusual 'interpretation' of Europe's new data protection rules. One ...
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US Airlines Meet Beijing Halfway on Describing Taiwan

Wall Street Journal - 25 Jul 2018
Three U.S. airlines on Wednesday bowed to Chinese pressure to change the way they describe Taiwan—but stopped short of expressly referring to the self-governing island as part of China. Beijing ordered all airlines in April to start referring to ...
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Musk's Stock-Option Tweet May Invite US Labor Board Complaint

Bloomberg - 23 May 2018
The Tesla chief executive officer wrote Tuesday that the union drove General Motors and Chrysler into bankruptcy in 2009 and compromised the jobs of more than 200,000 workers. “UAW destroyed once great US auto industry & everyone knows it,” he said in ...
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US Airways apologizes for lewd photo sent via Twitter

USA TODAY - 14 Apr 2014
US Airways has apologized after a pornographic image was mistakenly sent out from its Twitter account. The image was tweeted at least once in response to a customer who complained to US Airways in a tweet saying: "You ruined my spring break, I want ...

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