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Do airlines deliberately withhold seats until the last minute to get you to splurge on pricier options? Along the same lines, do airlines create a false impression that a flight is rapidly selling out so you'll jump on any seat available, no matter...
Money & CompanyDespite filing for bankruptcy last month, the parent company of American Airlines owns a $30-million apartment in an upscale London neighborhood, according to bankruptcy documents. And the flight attendants that work at the bankrupt airline are seeing...
Money & CompanyThe parent company for American Airlines, the nation's third largest carrier, filed for bankruptcy, citing high labor costs and a volatile economy. American Airlines, the largest carrier at Los Angeles International Airport, sought to assure passengers...
Nation NowAmerican Airlines has filed for bankruptcy protection; the impact depends upon one's perspective. For most fliers, the American Airlines bankruptcy should have little immediate impact....
Money & CompanyProsecutors unsealed an indictment detailing insider-trading charges against one of the kings of American finance, Rajat Gupta, who surrendered to authorities earlier Wednesday morning. A grand jury charged Gupta, the former head of the McKinsey & Co....
Money & CompanyHere's your my-boy-lollipop Monday roundup of consumer news from around the Web: --It used to be that you could at least duck some baggage fees charged by airlines if you prepaid online. But apparently that's a perk that's going away.......
Money & CompanySometimes when you lose, you actually win. That is the way the parent company of American Airlines is portraying its loss of $69 million, or 29 cents a share, for the last three months of 2010. AMR Corp. noted that......
The Justice Department on Friday opposed American Airlines' proposal to pay $20 million in severance to Chief Executive Tom Horton as part of the carrier's merger with US Airways Group Inc. The payment violates bankruptcy law, the U.S. trustee's office,...
The Federal Communications Commission took a step toward improving Web access for air travelers, voting to write rules to open frequencies for an air-to-ground Internet service proposed by Qualcomm Inc. In a 4-0 vote Thursday, the FCC advanced the...
This post has been updated. See the note below for details.Computer problems have forced American Airlines, one of the nation's largest air carriers, to keep hundreds of its flights from departing across the country. The Fort Worth-based airline said it has been struggling with intermittent computer problems...
This post has been corrected. See the note at the bottom for details. For a carrier whose parent company is still in bankruptcy, American Airlines doesn’t show signs of retrenching. The airline announced plans Wednesday to expand to eight new...
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