Bailout or Layoffs

How should Congress react to the demands of United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz?

  1. Tell Munoz to go to hell.
  2. Require total wipeout of shareholders
  3. Require executives to cut their salary to zero, stock options to zero, and eliminate golden parachutes in addition to shareholder wipeout
  4. Hey, let's bail them out.

Mike "Mish" Shedlock

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