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CNBC's Susan Li reports the latest from United Continental's earnings call, with CEO Oscar Munoz apologizing again for the incident over the forced removal of a passenger from an overbooked flight.
United Continental reported earnings that topped estimates and addressed the passenger that was forcibly removed from one of its flights last week.
United's Q1 earnings beat on the top and bottom lines, despite the controversy surrounding the company. CNBC's Susan Li reports. The "Fast Money" traders weigh in.
Seth Kaplan, Airline Weekly managing partner, and Jim Corridore, CFRA Research airline analyst, weigh in on United ahead of earnings and amid controversy.
The layoffs are set to start June 23, and follow a prior involuntary reduction of 245 workers set for May 19.
CNBC's Susan Li reports the latest boarding policy announcement from United following the forced removal of a passenger from an overbooked flight.
United says it will no longer allow employees to take the place of passengers who have already boarded overbooked flights, The New York Times reports.