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A recently released study of more than 96,000 Twitter posts in August shows among other things how much travelers dislike flight delays.
Alitalia is set to win a temporary lifeline on Tuesday, when its latest rescue deadline expires, with toll road operator Atlantia expected to give a conditional green light to hundreds of millions of euros of investment, according to two people close to the situation. The future of the troubled Italian carrier remains in doubt with no binding offer and no clear business plan in sight but it should avoid an immediate liquidation after the expiry of the Oct. 15 deadline set by the industry ministry. Atlantia, which is controlled by Benetton family, has been in talks since July over taking part in a government-orchestrated rescue of the airline, together with railway group Ferrovie dello Stato, the treasury and Delta Air Lines.
Shake Shack, Ulta Beauty, Delta, American and Southwest highlighted as Zacks Bull and Bear of the Day
Wall Street was set to fall for the first time in four sessions on Monday on signs there was more hard work to be done before a partial trade deal with China announced by President Donald Trump on Friday could be sealed. The S&P 500 and Dow Jones indexes ended Friday with their first weekly gain in a month after the U.S. President announced an accord he said would see both sides ease the tit-for-tat measures that have hammered global growth this year.
The Boeing 737 MAX 8 crisis has cost a lot for everyone. Most recently, CEO Dennis Muilenburg lost his job as chair of the company’s board.
The Association of Corporate Counsel last year heralded the start of the "Age of the Chief Legal Officer."
The bandits stormed Yar-gamji village on motorcycles, wielding machetes and guns. Ms Sulaiman said her 16-year old daughter Fatsima screamed for help as she tried to staunch her husband’s bleeding but none came. The bandits shot her dead — just weeks before she was to wed and, her mother hoped, leave their fraught corner of northwestern Nigeria.
Could Delta Air Lines, Inc. (NYSE:DAL) be an attractive dividend share to own for the long haul? Investors are often...
The Dow Jones rallied on China trade deal hopes as Apple stock hit a new high. Boeing 737 Max setbacks and Delta earnings guidance were in focus.
Top brass at Raleigh-Durham International Airport’s largest airline by passenger count aren't worried about its fastest-growing RDU competitor – at least not according to CEO Ed Bastian.
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Delta has been one of the stronger-performing airlines this year—the group as a whole has lagged behind the broader market—but the stock took a hit from the earnings report. Its outlook added to concern that an economic downturn could crimp airline profits—not what investors wanted to hear. On Friday, Argus analyst John Staszak lowered his rating on Delta to Hold from Buy, writing that while the third quarter was a strong one for Delta, clouds are massing that could keep the shares in check.
Wes Jones says he's made more than 350 different flavors at Honeysuckle Gelato, including single-malt scotch and chicken liver pate.
Delta Air Lines, Inc. (NYSE: DAL ) shares took a hit Thursday following the company’s third-quarter earnings report . Despite beating consensus earnings numbers in the third quarter, Delta’s fourth-quarter ...
American Airlines Group Inc said on Friday it is negotiating a possible partnership with Brazil's Gol Linhas Aereas Inteligentes SA . A spokeswoman said American is "always looking for potential partners", adding that these types of possible partnerships are a part of normal operations. Gol declined to comment.
Buy Delta down to its 'reversion to the mean', which is the 200-week SMA at $50.44. Employ a sell stop given a weekly close below this moving average as the airline loses altitude.
The following are the top stories in the Wall Street Journal. - Walmart Inc said the executive in charge of its U.S. stores, Greg Foran, is leaving the company and will be replaced by the head of its Sam's Club warehouse chain. - Delta Air Lines Inc will accelerate hiring to avoid a repeat of the squeeze that affected its operations during the summer, stoking investor concerns about rising carrier costs.
A NYC official is calling for "The Rooney Rule" to combat a lack of diversity in high-level executive roles. Yahoo Finance's Zack Guzman & Brian Cheung, along with Flat World Partners CEO Anna-Marie Wascher discuss with New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer.