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By the end of the coming week, the corporate earnings picture will be clear and it may not necessarily be one the stock market likes.
“Power Lunch” is in Denver, looking at diverse Rocky Mountain success stories that range from real estate to air travel to a new breed of Mexican fast-food restaurants.
Southwest Airlines, the leading U.S. low-cost carrier, Tuesday said it raised one-way fares by up to $10 to offset rising fuel costs.
Delta Air Lines named former Northwest Airlines Chief Executive Richard Anderson as its new leader on Tuesday.
Hairspray and hand lotion may still hold travelers up at airport security checks, although U.S. airlines and their passengers have generally adjusted to tighter rules enacted last year.
Worries about the credit markets aren't the only reason investors are fleeing to the relative safety of Treasurys. An unwinding of the so-called "carry trade"--a popular financing tool for hedge funds and other big investors--is accelerating the move away from risky assets.
UAL, parent of No. 2 U.S. carrier United Airlines, on Tuesday said its quarterly profit rose as it controlled costs during the strong summer travel season.
Southwest Airlines said Thursday that Herb Kelleher will step down as executive chairman of the board of directors at the company's 2008 annual meeting of shareholders.
Delta Air Lines and Southwest Airlines, two of the largest U.S. air carriers, reported better-than-expected quarterly profits Wednesday, helped by broadly higher ticket prices and relatively strong demand.
The CNBC Executive Leadership Awards honor executives who have shown exemplary leadership, inspiration and innovation. More than 300 business leaders attended the third annual gala at the Pierre Hotel in New York Wednesday night and paid special tribute to legendary Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan.
Mergers aren’t a “magic elixir for fixing the U.S. airline industry, said Robert Crandall, former chairman and CEO of AMR Corp. , the parent of American Airlines.
Leading discount carrier Southwest Airlines, facing rising costs and tougher competition, plans to trim its expansion through next year.
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The CEO of Southwest Airlines said Wednesday that the low-cost carrier could be forced to put the brakes on growth because revenue isn't rising as fast as expected.
Northwest Airlines is hoping for the highest valuation in its history when it emerges from bankruptcy protection May 31. But there are signs that it may be a little rich for some investors.
Last weeks' $5 increase on domestic air fares eroded further along with the ability of major airlines to pass their high fuel expenses to passengers during the peak summer travel season.
Delta Air Lines and AMR's American Airlines said they raised air fares, testing pricing power a week after a similar effort failed. Continental is also said to have increased prices.
U.S. airlines rolled back much of their recent systemwide fare increases in a sign that carriers are losing pricing power amid softening demand.
Continental Airlines and AMR Corp.'s American Airlines said they raised fares systemwide on flights in the continental United States by $5 each way in what may be a crucial test of industry pricing power ahead of the busy summer travel season.
Oscar De La Hoya does more than fight boxing matches -- he promotes and markets them. And his Golden Boy Promotions has pulled together a marketing and sponsorship campaign for his battle against Floyd Mayweather that the company hopes will rejuvenate the sport.