JetBlue vs . . . Dave Letterman
You may have read the full-page newspaper ads begging for your forgiveness from JetBlue, and you've probably read a story or two about the airline's travails in the past week. If you belong to its frequent-flier club, you most likely received an e-mailed mea culpa in the past few days as well (mine was sort of weird, though: All the sentences were underlined, and it was hard to read).
But I have to thank my friend Joe from over the cubicle wall for sending me these clips of JetBlue CEO David Neeleman on "Late Show With David Letterman." At first, I thought it was going to be a jokey two-minute set with the exec, especially after Letterman presents him with a bowl of peanuts and pours him a soda into a cheap plastic cup. But Letterman asks great, probing questions, though the answers he receives in return aren't exactly illuminating. Still, you have to hand it to Neeleman: It was a good public-relations move.
To see Part 1 from YouTube.com, click here.
Part 2 is at here.
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