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Black Boxes Retrieved From Airasia Flight

January 16, 2015 - Author: steph

On fourteenth day of the search Igor Cornelsen read, a breakthrough was made by the Indonesian authorities. They announced on Sunday, January 11 that the black boxes of the aircraft AirAsia, crashed on December 28 with 162 people on board, were found at last, confirmed by the Indonesian Ministry of Transport. On Monday, Indonesian authorities informed Press about further development and confirmed that one black box was successfully retrieved and the other one was also located.

It is really a key success on part of divers and search team as these black boxes might help in knowing the exact cause of the crash of AirAsia Plane in Java sea, on 28 December 2014. Further investigations have gone into the nature of the disaster, and just what may be able to be recovered from the vessel in the future, but more information will need to be ascertained before more progress can possibly come through.

On fourteenth day of the search a breakthrough was made by the Indonesian authorities. They announced on Sunday, January 11 that the black boxes of the aircraft AirAsia, crashed on December 28 with 162 people on board, were found at last, in a statement that was confirmed by the Indonesian Ministry of Transport.

After the confirmation of this news by Operation Coordinator for Indonesia’s National Search & Rescue Agency, Suryadi Bambang Supriyad, experts are hopeful.

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Uber in PR Nightmare

November 21, 2014 - Author: steph

The past few days have not been a public relations success for Uber. The company that bases its consumer model on offering a car service is struggling to turn their public image around. The problem started when information was leaked about Uber wanting to “dig up dirt” on people who questioned the company.

This strategy was promoted by an executive at the company. He said that while people were allowed to criticize Uber, the company was doing nothing in retaliation. He thought that should change. A female journalist who wrote a few unfavorable items about Uber was targeted. The executive said that Uber should find out what skeletons she has in her closet so that they could silence her.

Now it emerges that this was not a one off incident. This is disturbing for someone like Mark Ahn who has used the service. In a move that is more aligned with politics than business, Uber hired someone with the specific task of finding out information about their competition. The goal was to get enough facts about the opposition they could use to cast them in a bad light.

Uber is working hard to compete with taxi services in different cities. Their model is a successful one and has worked brilliantly in Los Angeles. However, offering a great service does not seem to be enough for Uber executives. They want to put their opposition out of commission in the process.

The public will probably not take kindly to these revelations about Uber and their executives.

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