United CEO: Airline Industry Needs To Shrink To SurviveMunoz recently stepped down as United's CEO. He thinks business travel won't recover until there is a vaccine.
United CEO Oscar Munoz To Step DownUnited Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz is stepping down from his post and will become executive chairman.
United CEO: No More Pilot Training Needed On New Boeing JetOscar Munoz says United's pilots are prepared to respond to problems that might arise with automated systems on modern planes.
United CEO Oscar Munoz Is Skipping His Bonus After Rocky 2017United CEO Oscar Munoz told employees in a letter that he chose not to receive his bonus to "send a message about the culture of accountability and integrity."
Senate Subcommittee To Look Into Current State Of Airline TravelThe recent passenger-dragging incident at O'Hare will be front and center Thursday in D.C. during a U.S. Senate subcommittee hearing.
House Committee Grills Airlines In Wake Of United Passenger DraggingHouse Transportation Commitee Chairman Bill Shuster (R-Pa.) said "something is broken" and the airlines all agreed they can do better.
United Boss Denied Chairman Role, But Makes $18.7M In Compensation: FilingOscar Munoz was widely faulted for his early responses to the April 9 ejection of a paying passenger aboard a United Express plane.
United CEO Vows "This Will Never Happen Again"“We are not going to put a law enforcement official to take them off there,” United CEO Oscar Munoz said on "Good Morning America."
United Airlines CEO Undergoes Heart TransplantThe CEO of United Airlines, who has been on medical leave since October, underwent a heart-transplant operation on Wednesday, and the airline said that he was recovering.
United CEO Planning Return To Job In Early 2016Oscar Munoz, 56, has been out on medical leave following an Oct. 15 heart attack.
United Announces Leadership Plan After CEO's Heart AttackGeneral counsel Brett J. Hart had taken over for Oscar Munoz, who went on medical leave.
United To Release Plan Following CEO's HospitalizationChicago-based United Airlines is preparing to release details about how it plans to move forward during the hospitalization of its new CEO, Oscar Munoz. In a brief statement Monday, Chairman Henry Meyer III said the board would finish a corporate-governance review and would likely say more in the next day or two.
United Airlines CEO In HospitalThe new CEO of United Airlines, Oscar Munoz, has been hospitalized, reportedly after suffering a heart attack.
United Says CEO Jeff Smisek Is Out, Effective ImmediatelyUnited Airlines says Jeff Smisek has stepped down as CEO, chairman and president effective immediately and has named Oscar Munoz as president and chief executive officer.