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WeWork cofounder Miguel McKelvey (left) and three heirs to the Barilla pasta fortune were among those who lost their billionaire status in 2019.

Bye bye, billionaires: 15 people who lost their billionaire status in 2019

Juul cofounders Adam Bowen and James Monsees were billionaires for 10 months before a public health crisis knocked them out of the three comma club.
Michael O'Leary, CEO of Ryanair (L) and Ray Conner, then-President and CEO of The Boeing Company, in 2014.

The CEO of one of the world’s largest airlines said Boeing needs to get its ‘s— together’ as the ongoing 737 Max crisis hits t...

Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary warned of job cuts and delays to 737 Max deliveries impacting its summer 2020 schedule if the 737 Max doesn't return.
Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary at a news conference in Belgium in October 2018.

The world’s 5th-largest airline blames the grounding of the Boeing 737 Max as it says it expects to carry fewer passengers and may even close so...

Ryanair's CEO said the company was confident in the Boeing 737 Max but it would be "prudent" to think the plane might not return until December.
Ryanair Boeing 737 jets. The company had not flown the 737 Max jets it had ordered before the planes were grounded around the world.

One of the world’s largest airlines appears to be rebranding its Boeing 737 Max jets as customers say they don’t want to fly on the plane ...

People have expressed fears about flying in Boeing 737 Max planes, and airlines are finding different ways to reassure and accommodate them.
A Ryanair plane is seen at Lisbon's airport, Portugal June 24, 2016.

‘You are simply not doing your job on board’: Ryanair told staff to sell more scratchcards and perfume or face ‘disciplinary proceed...

Letters told cabin staff: 'This performance is not acceptable and it is clear that you are simply not doing your job on board.'
A Ryanair plane is seen at Lisbon's airport, Portugal June 24, 2016.

Ryanair’s cancellation crisis will cost it at least €125 million

CEO Michael O'Leary attacked "campaign of misinformation by competitor airline pilot unions" in the budget airline's half-year results.
People walk to board a Ryanair flight at Stansted Airport, northeast of London, Britain, September 7, 2017. Picture taken September 7, 2017.

Ryanair could face legal action for ‘persistently misleading passengers’ over flight cancellations

The Civil Aviation Authority said the firm's chief executive had wrongly told customers that it was not legally obliged to re-route customers.

Ryanair is cancelling hundreds more flights — but promises its problems are now over

The company said that it will ground 25 of its 400 aircrafts between November 2017 and March 2018.
Ryanair is selling flights to Grenoble, France, for as little as £5

Ryanair is selling flights to France and Germany for £5 in a bid to win back customers after cancellation chaos

A pilot rostering error led to the company cancelling up to 50 flights a day for 6 weeks from last week.
File photo of passengers leaving a Ryanair aircraft at Modlin airport near Warsaw

Ryanair is hiring 125 pilots to clean up its cancellations ‘mess’ — and could force 500 existing pilots to change holiday plans

Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary said on Thursday that that the firm would recruit 125 pilots in the next week or two and increase pay for others.