United Airlines’ Collective Sacrifice

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According to the New York Times, members of the United Airlines pilots’ union agreed to a collective sacrifice to prevent the airline’s 13,000 pilots from being furloughed until June 2021. Questions: As a contract agreement looms, how many jobs are United Airlines and its pilots’ union planning to save? How much money did the passenger… Read more »

First Bad News about Chuck E. Cheese, Now Broadway- Oh No!

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According to the Washington Post, the shutdown of Broadway’s 41 theaters will continue at least until Jan. 3. Questions: Why is Broadway so important to New York’s economic health? What will happen to ticketholders for shows up to and including January 3? What percent of tickets for commercial productions in 1,000- to 2,000-seat theaters must… Read more »