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Investors expecting a change in CEO means Spirit Airlines will look for a deal could be in for a long wait.
The top airline customer service moments of 2015 include a United agent helping a passenger connect with his ailing mother and a US Airways flight attendant comforting a teenage passenger.
Here are Wednesday's top research calls, including a downgrade for HollyFrontier, and new coverage for UnitedHealth, Virgin America and NetApp.
PRA Health Sciences and Virgin America are both above their 50-day and 200-day moving averages.
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Virgin America CEO David Cush says the airline waited two years to be able to order Airbus A321neos with CFM engines.
Oil and gas pipeline companies have been getting some media attention recently, much of it focused on the troubles at giant Kinder Morgan, and viewers wanted Jim Cramer's opinion.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer answers viewer questions on Kinder Morgan (KMI), Chevron (CVX), Exxon Mobil (XOM), Tyson Foods (TSN), Ulta Salon (ULTA) and more.
Virgin America says it can't get all the New York slots it needs, Delta says it doesn't use the slots it has, and Virgin says there's a reason for that..
Delta responds to the five carriers - Alaska, Allegiant, Frontier, Spirit and Virgin America - that want regulators to change their slot strategy at New York airports.
United's Denver hub draws new competition to Los Angeles and San Francisco from Delta and Virgin America.
We would look to go long Virgin America (VA) on a $39 buy-stop using a $34 sell-stop.
Virgin America CEO David Cush believes it was a good decision to put 12% of capacity into Love Field. But now it is time to grow in San Francisco.
Virgin America beats third-quarter profit estimates and says its current quarter unit revenue decline will be less than the industry average, despite a sizable capacity gain..
Netflix (NFLX) and Virgin America said today that they are partnering to offer free Wi-Fi to Netflix customers, allowing them to stream video during their travel.
Here are 10 stocks with high ROIC that you should consider adding to your portfolio -- and why that's a good idea.
The CNBC 'Fast Money' traders look at the Chinese and U.S. economies to help figure out the next direction on stocks.
Falling oil means cheaper gas and jet fuel, which benefits consumers and shareholders.
Virgin America CEO David Cush says the $4 billion plan to improve LaGuardia provides an opportunity to boost competition at New York's close-in airport.
Here are Tuesday's top research calls, including a downgrade of Procter & Gamble and new coverage of Twitter.
Growth at American, Delta and United is scorned by Wall Street, but JetBlue and Virgin America get a pass due largely to unit revenue gains.
Despite what Italian real estate agent Alessandro Proto says, Warren Buffett did not just buy an island. But plenty of other celebrities have.
A miss tonight could provide a good opportunity to put the shares at the top of your queue.
Virgin America is the first U.S. carrier to use a new Sabre platform that will enable sale of ancillary products such as seat upgrades on global distribution systems.
Swelling supply would hurt companies that thrive when oil prices are booming.
Chinese stock markets continue to nosedive even as Beijing tries to step in with measure to prop up the market.
Cramer said investors are avoiding European volatility by investing in domestic restaurants like Chipotle and Sonic but also leaving cult stocks including Tesla and Shake Shack.
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