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Marek Fuchs, TheStreet's media critic, crash lands on American merger coverage.
US Airways' management team has pursued four mergers in the past seven years. Does anyone really think it will stop now?
European countries and U.S. states should learn from American Airlines' story.
Standard & Poor's cut its ratings on some big banks, including Goldman Sachs and Citigroup, and put the ratings on a 'negative' watch.
The financials remain a serious drag on stock performance with eurozone issues and exposure a major headache.
AMR was a leading decliner within the transportation industry, falling $1.28 (-79.2%) to 34 cents on heavy volume.
The Dow and S&P 500 rise on upbeat consumer confidence data, but the Nasdaq loses ground amid selling in big tech names.
For airlines, it's always a race to offer cheaper fares and cut costs.
An AMR executive says it wasn't just a breakdown in contract talks with pilots that led to Tuesday's bankruptcy filing.
Today's consumer confidence data could give traders holding losing positions a chance to get out.
AMR pilot union's president says restructuring will take 18 months.
AMR CEO Gerard Arpey is asked to remain but decides to retire after 30 years with American Airlines, which has filed for bankruptcy. Debra Borchardt gets the take from the NYSE floor.
Italy auctions 3- and 10-year bonds with yields above 7% and equities hold steady.
U.S. stocks were wavering Tuesday as investors weighed falling homes prices and a relatively smooth Italian bond auction.
American Airlines and its parent file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and CEO Gerard Arpey retires.
AMR says CEO Gerard Arpey will retire and be replaced by Tom Horton.
Airline investors remain skittish despite positive signs on capacity and demand.
President Obama joins Boeing to announce the aircraft maker's biggest order ever.
American Airlines parent AMR, was downgraded to CCC+ from B- as Standard & Poor's bemoaned the lack of progress in labor talks.
AMR (NYSE:AMR) hit a new 52-week low Thursday as it is currently trading at $1.66, below its previous 52-week low of $1.75 with 6.1 million shares traded as of 12 p.m. ET. Average volume has been 11.5 million shares over the past 30 days.
Another global credit crisis is brewing, so companies that carry a lot of debt are at high risk.
High fines for airlines after tarmac delays ignore the reality that airports and government agencies play a bigger role in delays.
National Airport expansion and an all-Airbus fleet in Phoenix top US Airways' plans for 2012.
Stocks closed lower after fears that eurozone debt contagion fears could affect U.S. bank ratings. In the video, Chao Deng recaps the day.
Stocks stayed weak Wednesday afternoon as yields on Italian bonds remained elevated, reflecting the lack of confidence in Europe's ability to ease out of its debt crisis.
Stocks came off their lows but remained mired in negative territory as yields on Italian bonds held higher, underscoring persistent worries around the debt crisis.
Stocks were paring losses as investors weighed better than expected U.S. economic data against persistent concerns surrounding the European debt crisis.
Stocks fall as investors eye high borrowing costs in the eurozone, rising oil prices and fresh warnings about the debt crisis from policymakers worldwide.
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