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The advertised price may look like a bargain, but not once you add in a litany of taxes and fees.
The union's management is divided over a tentative wage pact as the airline buys time to survive.
John Selvaggio's decision to retire as president comes at an awkward time.
The company manages a small gain in the third quarter, thanks to its 737 jetliner.
Crisis management experts say pushing out the company's boss would only add to the Vioxx mess.
Richard Andersen is leaving Nov. 1 and will be replaced by current president Douglas Steenland.
The tentative agreement needs the OK of union members but takes some pressure off the airline.
Banc of America Securities says high oil prices and airline woes warrant downgrade to neutral.
The carrier says it will be forced to liquidate in mid-February without a quick deal on labor concessions.
The airline inks a retirement deal with pilots and announces a pay-cut plan for management and staff.