United CEO Oscar Munoz apologizes for the removed passenger incident on the earnings call. The "Fast Money" traders weigh in on the future of the company.
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The CEO and other United Airlines executives had comments and took questions Tuesday from reporters about the passenger incident on a plane last week. CEO Oscar Munoz began the conference call, which is mostly for Wall Street analysts, by again apologizing for the April 9 incident in which security officers dragged a man off a United Express plane in Chicago...
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The CEO of United Airlines says no one will be fired over the dragging of a man off a plane— including himself. On a conference call to discuss those results, Munoz started by apologizing again for the April 9 scene on a United Express plane at Chicago's O'Hare airport. David Dao, a 69- year-old Kentucky physician, was bloodied and dragged off the plane by Chicago...
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