Ryanair CEO sees 'large reputational impact' - Internet of Things: New tech helps predict machine breakdowns - Curious Cars at the IAA
With the threat of pilot strikes looming across Europe, the Irish low-cost carrier has bowed to employee pressure and says it will now accept unions for the first time. The unions have cautiously welcomed the news.
Airlines are going out of business but the current consolidation in European aviation is "long overdue" say experts. More change is coming, but, overall, things look good for consumers as competition stays fierce.
Cybersecurity experts and consumer advocates warn online shoppers about "Black Friday" risks. Clicking on that "too good to be true" offer could bring a virus, not a bargain.
An exodus of Ryanair pilots is just the tip of the iceberg as workers fight over diminished rights, say analysts. Amid a tightening labor market, companies can expect more trouble ahead.
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