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  • American Record Profit Seen as Air Merger Buoys Industry

    American Airlines Group Inc. is heading for an annual profit analysts estimate at $3.5 billion, a record for the resurgent U.S. industry, as the carrier reaps merger benefits faster than in rivals’ tie-ups.

  • Virgin America Plots American-Southwest Showdown in Texas

    Virgin America Inc., the discount carrier partly owned by U.K. billionaire Richard Branson, wants to step up competition with American Airlines Group Inc. and Southwest Airlines Co. on their home turf in Texas.

  • Southwest Airlines to Let Bonus Reagan Flight Slots Sit Idle

    Southwest Airlines Co., which acquired most of the flying rights sold by American Airlines Group Inc. at Washington’s Reagan National Airport, said it secured one pair of the slots for free.

  • At Nespresso, a Fine Greenwash for Your Coffee

    Fiji Water, known for shipping plastic bottles of water halfway around the globe, partners with Conservation International. Capri Sun, whose laminated aluminum pouches need special handling to recycle, has a “pouch brigade” that underwrites the collection of its used drinks. (Tagline: Be green, earn green.) There may be no product so environmentally dubious that a well-publicized sustainability program can’t make it more palatable.

  • Southwest Tops JetBlue in Buying American’s Washington Slots

    Southwest Airlines Co. won the most flying rights at Washington’s Reagan National Airport, topping JetBlue Airways Corp. in the last major asset sale demanded by regulators for the merger creating American Airlines Group Inc.

  • Southwest Tops JetBlue in Buying American’s Washington Flights

    Southwest Airlines Co. won the most flying rights at Washington’s Reagan National Airport, topping JetBlue Airways Corp. in the last major asset sale demanded by regulators for the merger creating American Airlines Group Inc.

  • Euronext’s Roland Bellegarde Said to Plan Departure Before IPO

    Euronext NV is poised to lose one of its top executives as the European stock-exchange operator prepares to be spun off, according to three people familiar with the matter.

  • JetBlue Buys 12 Slot Pairs at Washington’s Reagan

    JetBlue Airways Corp. said it will buy the rights to add 12 round-trip flights at Washington’s Ronald Reagan National Airport being shed by American Airlines as a condition for its merger with US Airways Group Inc.

  • ‘I Am Not a Bully’: Christie’s Shrewd Moves and Lapses

    Chris Christie got high marks yesterday for deftly managing his George Washington Bridge crisis -- until he channeled Richard Nixon.

  • Cerberus Is Said to Offer Clients Option to Exit Gunmaker

    Cerberus Capital Management LP plans to allow some investors to sell their stakes in Freedom Group Inc. a year after the Newtown, Connecticut, school shooting that prompted Cerberus to put the gunmaker up for sale, according to two people with knowledge of the matter.

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