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Can an Outsider Turn Hertz Around?

Rental car company Hertz Global Holdings Inc. (NYSE: HTZ) on Thursday named John Tague as president and chief executive, effective Friday. Tague replaces interim CEO Brian MacDonald, who took over ...
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Have Airline Stocks Rallied Too Much on Lower Oil Prices?

Falling oil prices over the past month have made a huge contribution to the major airliners’ stock prices. The impact of lower oil prices and the continued strong consumer demand ...
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Airlines to Make $49.9 Billion on Customer Fees

Aside from the cost of a ticket, airlines passengers are bedeviled by all sorts of fees. These include charges for food, baggage, better legroom and pillows and blankets. Airlines claim ...
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The High Cost of Cancelled Airline Flights

In the past 30 days, Southwest Airlines Co. (NYSE: LUV) has cancelled 707 U.S. flights, more than any other major carrier. United Continental Holdings Inc. (NYSE: UAL) has cancelled 518, ...
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Airlines Earnings Trends: JetBlue, Southwest, United Continental

Earnings season is in full swing and Thursday morning brought three of the major airline earnings reports: Southwest Airlines Co. (NYSE: LUV), JetBlue Airways Corp. (NASDAQ: JBLU) and United Continental ...
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Ebola Stock Fallout Severe on Monday

Is the Ebola scare over in the United States? Probably not by a long shot. That being said, Ebola fears are subsiding on Monday as dozens of people came off ...
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3 Airline Stocks to Buy That Can Beat Earnings Expectations

If any industry benefits from falling oil prices it is the airlines. In fact, jet fuel accounted for almost 35% of one major airline's spending last year. With prices dropping ...
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Credit Suisse Updates Top Stock Picks With Big Upside Potential

As we have written before, all the major firms we cover on Wall Street have a list of their top stock picks for the institutional and high net-worth client base. ...
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Major Fallout Stocks After Confirmed Ebola Case in United States

Tuesday brought the very unfortunate news that a confirmed case of Ebola has arrived in the United States. With the CDC not releasing enough data on the patient, there could ...
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Why PEOPLExpress Closed

In an era in which almost all U.S. airlines flourish, a new one, PEOPLExpress, could not make it. The company announced it has suspended service. Like many business enterprises that halt ...
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Why Credit Suisse Sees Clear Skies Ahead for Airlines

The U.S. airline sector has undergone key changes since in the past decade. Airlines had a hard time remaining profitable throughout the whims of a business cycle, and new airline ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Chevron, Netflix, Newmont, Southwest, Stratasys and More

Stocks were mixed early Tuesday as the equity markets looked for direction. Still stocks are effectively at all-time highs and investors are looking for good value and other opportunities to ...
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Frontier’s $15 Fares and Airline Profits

Former American Airlines Group Inc. (NASDAQ: AAL) CEO Bob Crandall used to say that the airline industry was the only one in which the worst-run companies set prices. If so, ...
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Boeing Delivers First 787-9 With GE Engine to United Airlines

Late last month Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) was notified that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) had certified for commercial flights the company’s 787-9 Dreamliner equipped with engines from General Electric ...
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Why a Boeing 737 MAX Costs Up to $113 Million

The largest low-cost airline in Europe, Ryanair Holdings PLC (NASDAQ: RYAAY) is reportedly prepared to place an order for 100 737 MAX aircraft from Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) in a ...
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