The public is about to get its first glimpse of the financial impact that the 737 Max crisis is having on Boeing, with the company set to report Q1 results before Wednesday’s opening bell. Boeing said this month that it is cutting production of the aircraft, which was involved in two crashes in five months. Update: Boeing’s Q1 results were largely in-line with expectations, though it missed on revenue. The company also said it would take a hit of at least $1 billion from the crisis.
There’s no Vince Lombardi Trophy for social media, but if there was, a heavy favorite for it would be the digital team of the Los Angeles Chargers, which wowed fans last week with two 2019 schedule announcement videos. The team’s senior digital media staffer chatted with PRWeek about "building a culture of no bad ideas" and how his team came up with two viral sensations in a week.
Whatever could President Donald Trump and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey have talked about on Tuesday? Turns out it was Twitter follower numbers, specifically why the president is losing some, according to The Washington Post. Dorsey reportedly told the president that he’s trying to make the platform as bot-free as possible.
Snap’s stock took off after the bell on Tuesday, then came back to earth during the company’s earnings call, on which the platform reported a smaller-than-expected loss and user growth. Here’s what to look for when Facebook, which is expected to disclose revenue of just less than $15 billion, posts its Q1 numbers this afternoon.
Business travelers will notice a change in United Airlines’ fleet in coming months. The carrier is redesigning its planes with a paintjob reminiscent of the former Continental Airlines design. United started the rollout on Tuesday with a video of the new paint scheme, and it has events planned for today in Chicago.
Our next livery has been cleared for takeoff. Stay tuned right here for more from our celebration in Chicago tomorrow! pic.twitter.com/n4CJrAJERG— United Airlines (@united) April 24, 2019