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Altimeter Capital founder and CEO Brad Gerstner weighs in on United Airlines incident and the effect on its stock.
Buffett tells CNBC he wondered if Oscar Munoz had seen the video of David Dao being dragged from his seat.
Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway chairman and CEO, talks about airlines increasing the number of seats on flights.
Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway chairman and CEO, talks about the changing culture of airline travel.
Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway chairman and CEO, weighs in on the dragging incident of Dr. Dao off a United airline flight, and Oscar Munoz's response.
The key to becoming a good investor is to struggle with a terrible business, Warren Buffett tells shareholders.
Delta Air Lines has apologized after a couple said they were kicked off an overbooked flight with two toddlers, according to Reuters.
Delta apologized after a couple said they were kicked off an overbooked flight with their toddlers so their seats could be given to waiting passengers.
United CEO Oscar Munoz was on the hotseat on Capital Hill today. What does the controversy mean for the company's stock?
Sally Greenberg of the National Consumers League discusses the push for passenger rights following the House Transportation Committee's hearing with airline executives on customer service.
Gordone Bethune, former Continental Airlines CEO and CNBC contributor, discusses the House Transportation Committee hearing with airline executives, including United's Oscar Munoz.
Following the hearing with the House Transportation Committee, United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz speaks to the press. CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports.
Rep. Bill Shuster threatens that Congress will take action if airlines do not act, and he warns that they "would not like the outcome."
United CEO Oscar Munoz is on Capitol Hill today testifying before the House Transportation Committee. CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports the highlights so far from a House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee hearing where United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz and other airline executives face lawmakers about oversight for airline customer service.
At a House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee hearing on oversight of airline customer service, United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz and other airline executives answer lawmaker questions about how to improve employee empowerment in tricky situations.
United CEO Oscar Munoz testifies before House committee hearing on the dragging incident of Dr. David Dao and changes the airliner will make to its customer service policies.
United CEO Oscar Munoz testifies before a House committee hearing on steps the airliner will take to prevent another dragging incident as what happened with Dr. David Dao.
United CEO Oscar Munoz testifies before a House committee hearing on the dragging incident of David Dao and the company's passenger policies.