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On Wednesday, United Airlines president Scott Kirby weighed in on Frontier Airlines' plan to double the number of its routes and return to a network business model. "I've believed for many years that the ultra-low-cost carrier business model can't work when a network carrier decides to compete on price," Kirby said in response to a question by Wolfe Research analyst Hunter Keay.
In my four years as a communication student, the class that still stands out to me as one of the most valuable was my interviewing class. This class wasn't just about preparing students to go on the inevitable grownup job interviews we'd be headed out on as we crept towards graduation – it also gave us a lot of valuable information on how to conduct interviews. Interviewing people isn't something I ever saw myself doing, and to be fair, the only time I've ever conducted an employment interview was while searching for a dog-sitter for my puppy. (And to be really fair, my only real questions were "Will you let my dog out?" and "What do you charge?") But knowing how to effectively and properly interview
More than 300 Carrier Corp. workers were being laid off Thursday from the company's Indianapolis factory as part of an outsourcing of jobs to Mexico that drew criticism last year from then-presidential candidate Donald Trump. The nearly 340 workers clocked out after their final shifts at Carrier's gas furnace factory. Carrier announced in February 2016 that it would close the Indianapolis plant and cut about 1,400 production jobs in a move expected to save $65 million annually by moving furnace production to Mexico.