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Frank Lorenzo may be the most hated man in airline industry history, but he has also been one of the most influential.
Major U.S. stock averages slip Monday as investors await headlines from a gathering of eurozone finance ministers.
U.S. stock futures are mixed Monday amid a gathering of eurozone finance ministers.
There is talk of the merger between American Airlines and US Airways happening this week, while Nike gets an upgrade from JP Morgan.
U.S. stock futures point higher; President Obama preps for the State of the Union; Eric Schmidt, plans to sell more than 40% of his shares in Google.
Google's executive chairman plans to sell more than 40% of his shares in the Internet search giant.
Airlines are cancelling thousands of Northeast flights in advance of a winter blizzard.
US Airways Group (NYSE:LCC) is trading at unusually high volume Thursday with 16.4 million shares changing hands. It is currently at 2.7 times its average daily volume and trading up 55 cents (+3.8%).
A look at the day's most searched trends on the Web, including Boeing as a 787 Dreamliner jet, which has been grounded for weeks over fire risk, is being allowed a one-time flight today.
A Boeing 787 Dreamliner jet, which has been grounded for weeks over fire risk, is being allowed a one-time flight Thursday.
As a merger with bankrupt American Airlines has moved closer in recent weeks, US Airways has worked to sign contract deals with its pilots, flight attendants and regional pilots.
US Airways Group was a leading decliner within the transportation industry, falling 16 cents (-1.1%) to $14.12 on average volume.
AMR unions, key players in working toward a merger with US Airways, were not pleased by a report that CEO Tom Horton could remain.
The International Association of Machinists, the biggest union at US Airways, says management should sign a deal with its own workers before negotiating with American's.
The Transport Workers Union is the latest AMR work group to sign a deal providing raises in a merger with US Airways.
TSA Administrator John Pistole says the U.S. is 'the gold standard for aviation security;' he is working on speeding up the security lines.
United's 2012 operational and financial meltdown ought to be a warning to US Airways as it approaches a merger with AMR.
United reports a loss when rivals reported profits, but said its merger problems are in the past.
Major U.S. stock averages trade higher Wednesday after the House votes to temporarily extend the debt ceiling. Apple's earnings disappoint.
US Airways Group (NYSE:LCC) is trading at unusually high volume Wednesday with 11.8 million shares changing hands. It is currently at two times its average daily volume and trading up 44 cents (+2.9%).
US Airways reminds investors that its 2012 share price gain of 166% led the Fortune 500.
AMR unveils its first new paint scheme since 1968 as it continues to publicly resist a merger with US Airways.
AMR reports record full-year revenue in 2012 and expects continuing cost savings in 2013.
Shares in bankrupt companies normally go to zero, but CRT Capital Group's Kevin Starke was first to see that the AMR case could provide an exception.
US Airways Group was a leading decliner within the transportation industry, falling 36 cents (-2.4%) to $14.78 on average volume.
If option traders are right, US Airways may be preparing to roll down the runway and fly higher.
AMR shares are rising after an attorney said there may be a distribution to shareholders, which would be contrary to the outcome in most bankruptcy cases.
US Airways Group (NYSE:LCC) hit a new 52-week high Friday as it is currently trading at $14.68, above its previous 52-week high of $14.51 with 8.7 million shares traded as of 3:16 p.m. ET. Average volume has been 5.4 million shares over the past 30 days.
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