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United CEO Oscar Munoz is apologizing, but it’ll take more than saying sorry to regain public’s trust
Los Angeles Times
When United Airlines Chief Executive Oscar Munoz apologized Tuesday for his airline’s mishandling of a situation that led to a passenger being beaten and dragged off a plane, he said “it’s never too late to do the right thing.” That may be true, but
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'Pakistan need to embrace modern cricket' - Arthur
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That Pakistan cricket has faced a unique set of challenges over the past decade or so is not in dispute, and Mickey Arthur believes its effects on the international team were obvious when he walked into the role one year ago. Speaking nearly 12 months ...
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