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  • United Airlines won tentative approval from the federal government to operate the first-ever nonstop daily flight between the U.S. and China--a route potentially worth $200 million a year.

  • Airlines Set for First Yearly Profit Since 9/11 Wednesday, 27 Dec 2006 | 3:47 PM ET

    The resurgent airline industry is poised for its first profitable year since before the 2001 terrorist attacks, and analysts are expecting even healthier earnings next year.

  • Airline Stock Recommendations For 2007 Wednesday, 27 Dec 2006 | 10:02 AM ET

    A flurry of consolidation talk has fueled airline stocks the last few weeks. But what's it all mean for the airlines as we head into 2007? On "Morning Call"  Roger King--airline analyst at Credit Sights and Ray Neidl of Calyon Securities gave their take--and gave their favorite stock recommendations.

  • Business of Matsuzaka Thursday, 14 Dec 2006 | 11:12 AM ET
    German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble

    So the Red Sox look like they’re going to sign Japanese pitcher Daisuke Matsuzaka. SI.com is reporting it’s a six-year deal worth $52 million. That’s pretty close to where I had it. With the posting fee that they will give the Seibu Lions, Matsuzaka’s Japanese team, that would bring the total investment to $103.1 million. That makes Matsuzaka’s total contract the third richest total contract for a pitcher in Major League Baseball history behind what the Colorado Rockies signed Mike Hampton for in 2001...

  • United-Continental Talks Could Spur Airline Consolidation Wednesday, 13 Dec 2006 | 5:49 PM ET

    Industry sources say the two airlines have held on-again, off-again discussions. But recent merger activity in the industry could create pressure to accelerate the exploratory talks.

  • Market Wrap: Retail Stocks Lift The Dollar Wednesday, 13 Dec 2006 | 5:06 PM ET

    The U.S. market indexes closed relatively unchanged after a bumpy day of trading. Bob Pisani was CNBC’s “Eye on the Floor,” and he wondered if this recent stall in the markets was a sign of “buyer exhaustion.” The Dow Jones Industrial Average did rally in early trading – enough to take it to a new intraday high. But it spent most of the day in the red before finishing up two points.

  • Stocks closed slightly higher after giving back big gains from an early session surge.

  • United-Continental Talks Could Spur Airline Consolidation Wednesday, 13 Dec 2006 | 2:23 PM ET

    Industry sources say the two airlines have held on-again, off-again discussions. But recent merger activity in the industry could create pressure to accelerate the exploratory talks.

  • CNBC's LeBeau: In Order To Compete--Airlines Must Merge Wednesday, 13 Dec 2006 | 1:00 PM ET

    The airline industry has seen a wave of potential M&A activity of late. Reports say UAL, the parent of United Airlines, and Continental Airlines are talking merger – though analysts speculate a deal is still far off. Also, AirTran Holdings has made a hostile bid for Midwest Air Group worth $290 million, or $11.25 a share. All this comes just a month after US Airways Group made a hostile bid of its own for Delta Air Lines.

  • CNBC's Domm: The Market Outlook Wednesday, 13 Dec 2006 | 8:00 AM ET

    U.S. stocks are taxiing towards a slightly higher opening today as airline takeover activity is set to give the transports a lift. Retail sales data for November could also give the market some direction and provide further clues to the consumer this holiday season. MERGERS AT THE GATE: Our Phil Lebeau is reporting on takeover talks...

  • AirTran Holdings also said it offered to buy rival Midwest Air Group  for $290 million in cash and tock.  AirTran would pay $11.25 per share for Midwest.