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If you dread flying amid the holiday rush, it helps to know some airline employees go to extraordinary lengths to help passengers.
As we wind down during the holidays, it is time to look for hot ideas to buy for 2012.
These hot ideas for 2012 include a couple of airlines, as well as a pair of financials names.
Delta will open a domestic hub at New York LaGuardia and an international hub at New York Kennedy.
Delta recently laid out its vision for a profitable 2012, and other airlines expect the same. Even AMR's bankrutpcy is seen as good.
AMR's bankruptcy will be the airline industry story in 2012, with downsizing and perhaps a merger resulting.
AMR's bankruptcy means its shares will be wiped out, but speculators still like the stock.
Ford CEO Alan Mulally can learn about leaving on top from former Delta CEO Jerry Grinstein.
New Year's travel usually isn't cheap, but chic destinations such as Paris and Napa Valley are.
Why are traders putting on new option positions in this airliner, and how might these positions play out?
Shares of AMR (NYSE:AMR) were gapping down Friday morning with an open price 10.5% lower than Thursday's closing price. The stock closed at 76 cents yesterday and opened today's trading at 68 cents.
AMR (NYSE:AMR) is trading at unusually high volume Thursday with 91.9 million shares changing hands. It is currently at four times its average daily volume and trading down 33 cents (-29.4%).
If investors lose their appetite for risky companies in 2012, bankruptcies may follow.
The airline industry's outlook is cloudy but here are two funds to weather any potential upheaval.
Delta strikes a partnership with Brazil airline in one of American's biggest markets.
American Airlines plays a game of Angry Baldwins and responds to an actor's angry tweets.
Google's Android market keeps growing. Here's our running list, with 5 new -- or recently updated -- Android apps to try.
Passengers will lose routes, but Delta, JetBlue, US Airways and United are already seeing gains.
Airlines are trying to raise prices again on many routes, impact blunted by frequent sales
The government will release the nonfarm payrolls report, which should show the economy added 125,000 jobs in November.
Rakoff Rocks; AMR's Emergency Landing; Corning's Korean Conundrum; AT&T's Education; Sina's Strange Trip.
Galleon Hedge Fund manager Rajaratnam is set to head to prison on Monday as he appeals insider trading convictions.
A bankruptcy filing for one carrier brings a silver lining to the rest of the pack.
The major U.S. stock indices soar after the world's central banks pledge to work together in an effort to boost the global economy.
You should always be aware of the volatility of your contracts and the impact it will have on its prices.
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