What’s Ahead for United and the Airline Industry?

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Rutgers' Roger W. Clark and John Strong from the College of William and Mary discuss the fallout from the United Airlines PR scandal.

United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz testified in front of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee on Tuesday, just a week after announcing his company’s new policies and settling out of court with a passenger who was violently removed from a flight when he refused to give up his seat to an airline employee. Aviation lawyer and visiting professor of law at Rutgers Law School Roger W. Clark and John Strong, finance and economics professor at the College of William and Mary, appeared on Knowledge@Wharton’s SiriusXM show to discuss how moves by United and lawmakers might change the airline industry.

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