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San Diego International Airport might make a nice hub for someone, but it has just one runway and growth is limited.
Morningstar analyst Basili Alukos previews tomorrow's Delta and U.S. Airways earnings, and says government cutbacks won't impact results.
U.S. stock futures point higher; Caterpillar cuts full-year earnings forecast; Halliburton's adjusted earnings top expectations; Netflix to report after the closing bell.
Caterpillar kicks off another busy week of earnings on Monday. Brittany Umar details what's coming up in the week ahead.
American CEO Tom Horton says US Airways will get a big break when it leaves Star to join Oneworld.
American Airlines CEO Tom Horton says the airline now has lower costs than competitors. He also says while Oneworld won when TAM joined.
Excluding items, American made $8 million in the first quarter, a period when airlines typically lose money.
US Airways' 1989 merger with Piedmont, plus a savvy aviation director, set up Charlotte Douglas Airport for deregulation success.
Southwest on Sunday began flying to Charlotte, the last major hub it did not serve.
Los Angeles International Airport doesn't have a dominant airline, but an ongoing $4 billion construction project could shake things up.
Cramer said Johnson & Johnson is better than the analysts think and US Airways and Radian are his top speculative picks in their fields.
Too many investors are being thrown off by U.S. worries and aren't looking at the world at large, Cramer said.
Friday's job number was bad but it's time to look ahead, and Cramer will be watching economic data and company earnings.
Delta and US Airways both reported disappointing unit revenue in March, raising questions about demand.
US Airways says March unit revenue was flat, below analyst estimates of around 3%.
Cramer said Iconix Brands is a hot stock and buy, buy, buy USG.
If a company's got growth, a great yield or is mostly domestic, the Fed has sent it an invitation to the market's rally, Cramer said.
Delta reports March unit revenue of 2%, below guidance. Analysts had expected 4% to 5.5%.
Cramer likes Alaska Air and Hanger but says wait for eBay stock to come down.
Once again it's time for Cramer to check his 'Do Something' list to see how the companies are doing. For most of them, so far, so good.
Cramer said he's a fan of Dollar General and Kraft but says to be careful on Tumi.
BlackBerry earnings top analysts' estimates and the S&P 500 inches closer to a new all-time high as Cyprus banks re-open. TheStreet's Lindsey Bell reports.
U.S. stock futures point slightly higher; BlackBerry reports surprise profit; initial jobless claims and GDP data highlight the economic calendar.
Southwest scores the highest in a survey of 25 travel company apps and mobile devices.
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