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Twitter: From user 'Peter Roche'
@AmelieLeL @Ryanair @Ryanair also problems for me.. impossible to complete booking, tried now on two computers,… https://t.co/iOnccFf3jU
Twitter: From user 'Bonnie'
RT @KatrinaJobb: I hope @Ryanair invests that €50 which they took for my hand luggage today to train their arrogant and rude employees! #jo…
Ryanair (NASDAQ:RYAAY) Stock Rating Upgraded by BidaskClub - Marea Informative (blog)
Ryanair (NASDAQ:RYAAY) was upgraded by stock analysts at BidaskClub from a “strong sell” rating to a “sell” rating in a research report issued on Saturday, September 29th. A number of other analysts have also recently weighed in on RYAAY. Royal Bank ...
Twitter: From user 'FlightRefunds'
RT @rishi175: Thanks @easyJet- flying me home after cancelled flight with @Ryanair. Courteous staff, modern + clean plane. Unlike your pesk…
Ryanair Holdings plc (RYAAY) Analysts See $4.90 EPS - The Cardinal Weekly (press release)
Analysts expect Ryanair Holdings plc (NASDAQ:RYAAY) to report $4.90 EPS on October, 30.They anticipate $0.56 EPS change or 12.90 % from last quarter's $4.34 EPS. RYAAY's profit would be $926.76 million giving it 4.08 P/E if the $4.90 EPS is correct.
Twitter: From user 'craig ansell'
@marklanebiz @XHNews Thats ridiculous and Michael o' Leary @Ryanair says they are just Taxi drivers #skilltopaythebills
Customers miss personal touch as firms fall short - Irish Examiner
Credit unions are the top Irish brands for customer experience even as their bank rivals failed to make the top 50, while Ryanair and the social media giants such as Facebook slumped in the rankings, according to a major survey measuring how Irish ...
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Facebook and Ryanair suffer brand damage from controversies - Irish Times
Social media giant Facebook and budget airline Ryanair have paid the price for negative headlines over the past year, with both companies suffering a hit to their “customer experience” score in a survey of Irish brands. Credit unions emerged as the ...