On Sunday, April 9th, a United Airlines passenger was violently dragged off an overbooked flight. The victim, 69-year-old Dr. David Dao, suffered a concussion, broke his nose, and lost two teeth. United CEO Oscar Munoz must fix relations with not only Dr. Dao, but also the army of current and potential customers that are backing him.
"being student trustee is not just the work you do in the room, but the work that you do on campus connecting students with administrators and having a good understand of student issues. I like to call it an eloquent mouthpiece -- we're speaking t on behalf of the students who represent."
At Cornell, students are hungry for education, opportunities, and most importantly, food. From dining halls to independent cafes, Cornell’s campus is filled with food vendors. But for several students that’s not enough; they want to reinvent the way students eat.”
A challenging competitive environment is causing American retailers to shut down their stores at a record pace in 2017. American retailers are projected to close 8,600 locations this year which would be the highest number of closings since the 2008 recession.
Donald Trump hopes to take aim at one of Obama administration’s largest accomplishments by considering the removal of key aspects of the Dodd-Frank Act during his meeting with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. Trump is considering repealing provisions of the act which address the authority of regulators to scale back the power of a bank on the brink of failure as well as their ability to label nonbank firms as risky institutions.
Uber and Lyft are the predominant ride sharing companies in North America today. Yet, their growth has not extended into upstate New York. While the two companies are allowed to operate in New York City under Taxi and Limousine regulations, they have been prohibited in the rest of the state for myriad reasons. Is there a change on the horizon?