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NOV 24, 2014 - TheStreet

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A Small Step in American/US Air Merger Becomes Something More

American and US Airways ticket counters in Charlotte moved closer together on Friday, and employees made that into something more. Click to view a price quote on AAL.

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NOV 20, 2014 - TheStreet

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Boeing (BA) Stock Lower Today as Airbus Close to $13 Billion Delta Air Order

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Shares of Boeing Co. are down 0.42% to $131.06 in pre-market trade after it was reported that Airbus Group  is close to winning an order from Delta Air Lines  for as many as 50 wide-body jets valued at about $13 billion, beating competing planes from Boeing, sources told Bloomberg. The sale would be a mix of ...

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NOV 13, 2014 - TheStreet

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Two Washington, D.C. Airports Head in Different Directions

American Airlines' merger with US Airways led to an influx of bigger aircraft at Washington National Airport, at a time when traffic at United's Dulles hub has been falling. Click to view a price quote on AAL.

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NOV 12, 2014 - TheStreet

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American Air Tries Charm Offensive as Pilot Contract Talks Begin

NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Trying to do a major airline merger that is labor friendly is a big challenge, something the American Airlines management team relearns each day. Obviously, an effort to provide flight attendants at the merged American/US Airways with an "industry leading" contract did not go as planned. Rather, in a ratification election, the proposed contract lost ...

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NOV 10, 2014 - TheStreet

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Foer to Step Down After 17 Years Leading the American Antitrust Institute

Albert Foer, founder, president and CEO of the American Antitrust Institute, announced Monday he will step down effective January 2015 after 17 years at the group's helm. The AAI was launched to promote stronger enforcement of antitrust laws. Foer will be succeeded by AAI vice president Diana Moss, who the AAI said was selected from a "pool of prestigious candidates ...

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