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3 Reasons American Airlines Group Inc.'s Stock Could Fall
American Airlines Group (NASDAQ: AAL ) posted tremendous share price gains in the first half of 2014. Investors were rightly excited about the potential synergies from its recent merger with US Airways, as well as other profit improvement initiatives ...
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3 Reasons American Airlines Group Inc.'s Stock Could Rise
Shares of American Airlines Group, (NASDAQ: AAL ) have soared since the company exited bankruptcy and merged with US Airways in late 2013.
American Airlines scraps paper manuals for tablets to cut fuel costs  Reuters
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American Airlines Group increases debt issuance to $750 million
American Airlines Group Inc. today announced that it priced $750.0 million aggregate principal amount of unsecured senior notes due 2019.
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American Airlines Group Announces Pricing Of Unsecured Senior Notes  MarketWatch
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Why American Airlines Group Inc. Stock Has Skyrocketed 50% in 2014
The airline industry has historically had poor returns for investors, but 2014 has been an exception, with American Airlines Group (NASDAQ: AAL ) being one of the best performers. But the rise of American Airlines and the industry as a whole has ...
Highland Capital Management On American Airlines � Can The Bull Market ...  ValueWalk
American Airlines August Traffic Flat, While Capacity Rises  NASDAQ
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American Airlines Traffic Flat in August
In July, American posted the largest quarterly profit in its history. The company also unveiled a share-repurchase plan and declared its first dividend since 1980.
Hawaiian, Delta Lead Airlines in on-Time Arrivals  ABC News
Southwest Airlines Facelift: New Heart Echoes Core Values
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American Airlines Flight Attendants Union to Represent US Airways Attendants
Other unions and employee groups at American and US Airways are going through similar exercises to decide on representation, as a prelude to negotiating joint collective agreements with the combined company. At other big carriers that have merged ...
Flight Attendants Union of American Airlines Group Inc (NASDAQ:AAL) To ...  WallStreetPR
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American Airlines: Paper Manuals Out, Tablets In
American Airlines was the first airline to introduce tablets in its cockpit a little less than a year ago, when it started to use Apple Inc. (AAPL) iPads in place of the paper aircraft manuals that weighed close to 35 pounds. The airline estimated that ...
American Airlines Group Inc (AAL) to save $1 million as it Replaces Paper ...  StockWise Daily
American Airlines Group Receives New Coverage from Analysts at Credit Suisse ...  WKRB News
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American Airlines reaches tentative agreement with flight attendants union
Negotiators for American Airlines Group Inc. and its flight attendants union agreed Friday to a new contract. The union called the deal �industry-leading.
American Airlines reaches tentative deal with flight attendants  Reuters
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American Airlines reaches tentative agreement with flight attendant group
All American and US Airways flight attendants who are dues-current APFA members will have the right to vote on the agreement, which the group notes comes less than a year after the merger closed - but after more than three years of discussions.