American Airlines – Bottoming, And A Bullish Thesis Moving Forward (AAL)
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American Airlines (NASDAQ:AAL) has fallen 25% from its 52 week high. A large part of this was driven by fears over competition, which seemed to have finally been “confirmed” when its CEO stated his commitment to matching other airline prices. However …

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Dallas Morning News (blog)
American Airlines names executive to head regional carrier Piedmont Airlines
Dallas Morning News (blog)
American Airlines and US Airways merged in December 2013. Piedmont is one of the two regional carriers that US Airways brought to the marriage. “Steve has been a valued leader and a regional airline expert for many decades, and we are privileged to …
Lyle Hogg Appointed As The New President Of Piedmont AirlinesPR Newswire (press release)
American Airlines Group Inc.: Lyle Hogg Appointed As The New President Of The Wall Street Transcript
Company Update (NASDAQ:AAL): Lyle Hogg Appointed As The New President Smarter Analyst

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Dallas Observer
Neil Diamond Didn’t Need an Opener in Dallas Because He’s Neil Diamond
Dallas Observer
“Who opens for Neil Diamond?” I wondered all day before last night’s show at American Airlines Center. My best guess was The Antiques Road Show. My second best guess was Nilla Wafers. But both of those guesses were wrong. As it turns out, nobody …
Review: Neil Diamond sparkles in DallasFort Worth Star Telegram

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TravelPulse
A4A Names American Airlines Exec New Security Chief
TravelPulse
Billy Nolen is the new Senior Vice President of Safety, Security and Operations at A4A, bringing with him 26 years of commercial and military airline experience, most recently as American Airlines‘ Managing Director of Corporate Safety and Regulatory


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Credit Suisse Cuts 2QFY15 Estimates For JetBlue Airways, Delta, United
Bidness ETC
According to the Credit Suisse report, the 12-month target price for United Airlines stock dropped from $98 to $69, Delta Airlines from $64 to $57, American Airlines from $55 to $46, Southwest Airlines from $63 to $49, and JetBlue Airlines from $27 to $25.
Dropping Over 10%, Is It Time To Sell American Airlines Group?Seeking Alpha
Six Airlines That Will Take Off AgainBarron’s
Stocks of major airlines aim to stop skid; major carriers’ shares down sharply Fox News
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