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OCT 15, 2014 - TheStreet

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American Airlines Shares Have Fallen Too Much, Analyst Says

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- The airline industry in recent years has sought to rebrand itself as a stable, consistent, non-cyclical market sector. Given the past few months, however, the industry still has a ways to go, and shares ofaAmerican Airlines aprovide a clear example of what has happened instead. Must Read: American: We Are the Biggest at LAX and We ...

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OCT 15, 2014 - TheStreet

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Why American Airlines (AAL) Stock Is Lower Today

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Shares of American Airlines Group Inc. are lower by 2.44% to $30.74ain late morning trading on Wednesday, as Ebola concerns see airline stocks fall. On Tuesday, a second worker at the Dallas hospital where patient Thomas Eric Duncan was being treated for, and later died of the virus, was diagnosed with Ebola. After having complained of ...

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OCT 10, 2014 - USA Today

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Alaska airlines pushes for fingerprint scanning at check-in

The sixth largest airline in the U.S. is pushing for shorter lines at the airport by scanning your fingerprint. It wants to replace travel documents like passport and driver's license to let flyers get through check-in quicker.        

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OCT 10, 2014 - TheStreet

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Alaska Airlines Pushes for Fingerprint Scanning at Check-in

The sixth largest airline in the U.S. is pushing for shorter lines at the airport by scanning your fingerprint.

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OCT 09, 2014 - Seattle Times

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Alaska Airlines, flight attendants agree on proposed contract

After more than two years of contract talks, Alaska Airlines and the Association of Flight Attendants (AFA) union said Thursday negotiating teams have reached tentative agreement on a new five-year contract for the carrier’s 3,300 flight attendants.

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