On Sunday, April 9, a video surfaced revealing a bloodied United Airlines passenger being dragged from the plane. As news broke and spread rapidly via news outlets and social media, attention turned to United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz, who promptly bungled the apology, coming across as insincere and lacking compassion. By the time a meaningful, heartfelt apology had been issued days later, it was far too late. The damage was done.
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New Hampshire tourism officials are anticipating 17 million visitors and $2.25 billion in visitor spending this summer, up 4 percent in both categories over last year. More than 1 million visitors are expected to generate more than $150 million in spending from June 30 to July 4.
Can the NH Liquor Commission become a $1 billion business? That ambitious and publicly stated goal is driving NHLC Chairman Joseph Mollica and his team. According to state figures, total annual sales at the 79 statewide NH Liquor & Wine Outlets have increased by 20 percent since 2012 — from $564.6 million to $678.4 million in the 2016 fiscal year.