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United shares surged Wednesday after the third-largest U.S. carrier raised its profit outlook for the year on higher fuel costs.
United's net income during the third quarter, which included the peak summer travel season, surged 29.6 percent from a year ago on strong travel demand and higher airfares.
American Airlines entered its first burger contest at a New York food festival but the New York Mets took the crown. American is promoting new food for its highest-paying travelers.
Delta Air Lines has started selling tickets on its new Airbus A220 jets. Flights will begin in January from New York aboard the planes whose sale Boeing disputed last year, saying they were illegally dumped in the U.S. below cost.
Delta Air Lines is getting travelers to pay more for seats, helping offset a surge in fuel costs.
Strong travel demand lifts Delta profits, revenues, despite higher fuel costs. The second-largest U.S. airline's net income rose 13 percent in the three months ended Sept. 30 from a year earlier to $1.31 billion.
Industrial coating manufacturer PPG warns it is getting hurt by rising costs from raw materials and oil at the same time that global demand is softening.
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Investors have already priced in a dramatic reduction in earnings guidance and 75 percent cut in the dividend by GE, so the bottom may be in, according to Barclays.
General Electric ended the week up 16.7 percent at $13.18 a share, the stock's best week in nearly a decade after naming Larry Culp chairman and CEO.
General Electric is in dire need of a turnaround and will pay its new CEO handsomely if he can pull one off.
Piper Jaffray raises its rating to overweight from neutral for Cummins shares, predicting strong earnings growth for the truck engine-maker next year.
French-aerospace company Safran, is planning to supply an engine to Zunum Aero, a hybrid-electric airplane start-up's new plane.
General Electric's new CEO, Lawrence Culp, will have to move quickly to turn things around amid "unsettling" change at the company, says former GE executive Bob Nardelli.
The ratings agency has identified Rolls-Royce, Airbus and Leonardo as major firms in danger of disruption.