Although the controversial graphic tweet posted on the official U.S. Airways account could get someone fired, the airline, through its spokesman Matt Miller, told sources that the employee responsible for the raunchy tweet will not be fired.
A U.S. Airways customer under the Twitter name handle @ElleRafter was tweeting about her complaint about the delay of her flight from North Carolina to Oregon and addressing her complaint to the airline. The exchange seemed professional up until the airline responded with a very graphic NSFW image.
At the same time last year, Apple had unveiled its latest desktop OS version, the OS X Mavericks, as well as an update to its mobile counterpart, the iOS 7.
More than a million vehicles in Canada and the United States are being recalled by Nissan Motors in order to resolve a software issue that could keep front passenger airbags from activating during an accident.
Job and career site Glassdoor has revealed its annual report on this year's Highest Rated CEOs.
U.S. aerospace and aviation industry leaders warned lawmakers on Thursday that a coming wave of retirements in an aging workforce could hurt both sectors and create safety issues unless the government helps more young people qualify for those jobs.
The three sets of problem loans were for less than $10 million each, and the bank was reviewing its underwriting and monitoring processes, Sanford C Bernstein analysts who attended last week's presentation wrote in a report dated Wednesday.
Expected to be one of the biggest creative events of 2014, this year's South By Southwest is bound to be overcrowded, confusing but downright memorable.
Getty Images will now be making 35 million images available to online publishers, particularly bloggers and tweeters, for free.
IHOP celebrated National Pancake Day with free shortstacks
Microsoft founder Bill Gates takes the crown again for being the richest person in the world. With a net worth of $76 billion, the tech mogul reclaimed the spot, toppling telecommunications king Carlos Slim Helu.
Microsoft founder Bill Gates has recovered the first position on the list of richest people in the world, compiled yearly by Forbes magazine.
Euronews stated in its report that the exchange lost 850,000 bitcoins due to a weakness in Mt Gox's system, prompting the company to stop withdrawals, shutter the website down and filing for bankruptcy over the course of a few weeks. CNet said tha loss is valued at around $500 million in trading value.
Qantas announced Wednesday that the company will be cutting 5,000 positions, or 15 percent of its workforce, in the next three years.
After barely a year after launching, CNN made the decision to definitely shut down the operations of its branch directed to Latino audiences, according to sources from within the company.