In its communications response to the now-notorious incident in which a passenger was dragged from a flight, United Airlines made an all-too-common crisis error: It wavered on the tone and content of its messages, going from defensive to — after it and its stock got pummeled — prostrate. The company’s early missteps clearly contributed to the severity of the crisis.
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