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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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US Airways' restraint of trade claim against Sabre

eTurboNews - 09 Dec 2017
In this week's article, we examine the case of US Airways, Inc. v. Sabre Holdings Corp., No. 11 Civ. 2725 (LGS)(March 21, 2017) in which US Airways, Inc. [US Airways] brought antitrust claims against Sabre Holdings Corporation [Sabre] under the Sherman ...
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Council member vows never to eat in new restaurant: Why?

Charlotte Observer - 06 Dec 2017
“You don't have to talk about people in a negative way as if they have no value,” Mayfield said. “Is it really coming from a place of service?” Noble said that he has since changed the poster to say “sinners” without listing specific descriptions. But ...
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No excuse for this veteran's rookie error

The Straits Times - 16 Dec 2017
The drug opens airways - an undeniably helpful result in a sport like cycling - and some argue that if a handful of riders can take it for asthma, then every rider should be allowed to do the same. And why wouldn't they? Salbutamol has been used to ...
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Twitter: From microblogging to the president's mouthpiece

Engadget - 11 Oct 2017
For the social media obsessed, Twitter's rise into the very fabric of our daily political lives might seem natural. But when you realize the site itself has only been around since 2006, Twitter's near-daily headlines in major news organizations is ...
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US Airways departing Twitter

USA TODAY - 28 Feb 2015
PHOENIX — US Airways is soon to be no more — on Twitter at least. The airline, which merged with much larger American Airlines in late 2013 and adopted the American name, will stop using its Twitter account Saturday. That means it will no longer ...
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Oops! US Airways Didn't Mean To Post THAT Tweet

Forbes - 16 Apr 2014
US Airways has been left red-faced after posting an embarrassing tweet on its official Twitter account. The error is the latest in a line of gaffes by different companies on social media, highlighting the problems many large businesses continue to have ...
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A Brief History Of People Accidentally Oversharing On Twitter

Geek - 13 Sep 2017
Harry's fans weren't particularly happy that their idol seemed to be thirsty for weird broads on Twitter and they quickly erupted in anger. He shortly after un-liked the photo and replaced it with a bunch of shots of cute kittens, but we didn't get any ...
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US Airways won't fire worker who sent lewd tweet

Fortune (blog) - 17 Apr 2014
Instead the link led to a lewd image that was initially posted in a tweet sent to US Airways from another Twitter user. US Airways flagged that tweet as inappropriate, but the employee then inadvertently included a link to the image in a US Airways ...
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After Barring Girls for Leggings, United Airlines Defends Decision

New York Times - 26 Mar 2017
In a series of dozens of tweets, the company said the incident was not simply the result of an overzealous gate agent. Instead, it said United Airlines reserved the right to deny service to anyone its employees deemed to be inappropriately dressed. It ...
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RealtyTrac Twitter account mistakenly posts wildly NSFW tweet

HousingWire (blog) - 10 Jul 2017
As this article from Forbes notes, these days, companies are often judged by their social media presence. A company like RealtyTrac doesn't have the anywhere close to the level of social media engagement and vitriol that United Airlines does, but the ...
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18 New United Airlines Mottos Created by Twitter - 11 Apr 2017
United Airlines is in hot water after a now-viral video revealed a 69-year-old passenger was forcibly removed from a plane by Chicago police on Sunday night―and was injured as a result―when a flight was overbooked. The statements released after the ...
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British Airways mercilessly Twitter-trolled by rival Ryanair

CNET - 29 May 2017
Instead, budget airline Ryanair took to Twitter to laugh at its rival. It posted a picture of actor David Walliams from the UK comedy series "Little Britain." The character he plays in this skit has a favorite line: "Computer Says No." So Ryanair ...

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