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The two airlines serve more than a quarter of a billion passengers a year and have performed well financially.
Southwest Airlines stands alone in that it doesn't charge for first and second checked bags and continues to hedge fuel costs.
Companies from Toshiba to Mattel have been plagued by safety concerns and large-scale product recalls.
Imperial Capital initiated coverage of Southwest Airlines (LUV) stock on Friday with an 'outperform' rating.
When it comes to stock prices, competition has a lot of influence, Cramer says.
Southwest Airlines (LUV) posted its August traffic results and eased concerns about excess capacity.
Shares are flying as the companies say everything is ok, Cramer says.
Zika virus fears are beating down these two intrinsically strong airline stocks. Now's the time to buy them, before these temporary anxieties subside.
AT&T's newest network technology started on the back of a napkin and is now flying to difficult-to-reach places.
Cramer says Ellie Mae is fantastic and Altria is best of breed for yield.
Cramer said the market is a ball of confusion and he doesn't blame any investor for sitting on the sidelines a while.
United shares were in a steep climb after the company hired away rival American Airline's CEO.
A news-inspired breakout could carry the stock much higher.
Shares of Newmont Mining and Freeport-McMoRan get a boost on a bullish commodities report.
The airline has an agreement in principle with its pilots, trying to end a four year stalemate that has grown increasingly rancorous in recent months
Pretend you're seeing discounted tickets with JetBlue and Southwest shares.
The airline, squeezed between a new generation of discounters and more streamlined legacy airlines, has been unable to reach deals with key unions for more than three years.
Sellers have far outnumbered buyers among officers and directors of companies.
Honeywell may be further boosting its position in industrial software with a potential new $3 billion tie-up.
Stocks look to build on Thursday's broad gains, which put all 3 major U.S. stock indexes into record territory, the first time that's happened in the same day since 1999.
The systemic failure of Delta's power systems, coupled with the recent failures of some of its competitors' computer systems, raises the question of how preventable Monday's incident was.
As Delta returns to normal, questions still linger about the airline industry's technical issues.