Stocks suffer another big loss; American Airlines pilots approve contract; Verizon responds to privacy advocates: P.M. Business News Links (MarketWatch) Oil prices roared back from six-year lows today ... (Reuters) Business news: American Airlines Group pilots have voted to accept a five-year contract that will raise their wages substantially and cement their relationship with the management ... 01/30/2015 - 5:10 am | View Link
Pilots approve six-year contract with American Airlines American Airlines pilots approved a new contract Friday with the Fort Worth-based carrier, boosting American’s efforts to settle its affairs and emerge from bankruptcy court in the first part of 2013. Several analysts also projected that settling the ... 12/7/2012 - 10:01 am | View Link
American Airlines pilots approve new labor contract American has about 7,500 active pilots plus a few hundred others on furlough. The union said the vote to ratify the contract was 5,489 to 1,951. The six-year contract will raise pilots' pay by 4 percent on signing and 2 percent per year after that ... 12/7/2012 - 6:08 am | View Link
Pilots approve new contract with American Airlines DALLAS (AP) -- American Airlines is closer to exiting from bankruptcy ... The union said the vote to ratify the contract was 5,489 to 1,951. The six-year contract will raise pilots' pay by 4 percent on signing and 2 percent per year after that, with ... 12/7/2012 - 4:17 am | View Link
Pilots approve new contract with American Airlines American has about 7,500 active pilots plus a few hundred others on furlough. The union said the vote to ratify the contract was 5,489 to 1,951. The six-year contract will raise pilots’ pay by 4 percent on signing and 2 percent per year after that ... 12/7/2012 - 3:49 am | View Link
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Donald Trump's advisers may have publicly praised his performance in the first presidential debate, but in private they're reportedly fretting about how to fix the candidate's missteps before the second debate on Oct. 9. The New York Times reported Wednesday that Trump's team is rolling out a revamped strategy for Trump's debate prep — and this time, he will be practicing:
Some of the advisers want to practice getting under his skin, as Mrs.
A black man was fatally shot by police in El Cajon, California, on Tuesday afternoon, after officers responded to a call saying that he was "not acting like himself" and endangering himself by walking in traffic.
Officers say Alfred Orlango, 30, "failed to comply" when they arrived on the scene, and allegedly kept his hands in his pockets as he paced around.
On Friday, Sen. Dianne Feinstein (Calif.) and Rep. Adam Schiff (Calif), the ranking Democrats on the congressional intelligence committees, released a statement accusing Russian intelligence of "making a serious and concerted effort to influence the U. S. election," adding that "such actions could come only from very senior levels of the Russian government." The White House first asked Schiff and Feinstein to remove a part due to classification concerns, then had sought to delay that statement, first for one day, then three, says Ali Watkins at BuzzFeed News, citing "sources familiar with the matter," apparently both from Congress.
The White House has not publicly accused Russia of hacking Democratic organizations, though intelligence sources have blamed Russia for months, and one of the congressional sources told Watkins, "You can't have the White House telling a legislative body how to operate.
A deal worth over $100 billion to combine the world's two biggest beer companies cleared its last major hurdle Wednesday when the shareholders of SABMiller approved the takeover by Budweiser maker Anheuser-Busch Inbev. SABMiller shareholders approved the $103 billion deal despite opposition from
1. Wells Fargo is taking back $41 million in stock and salary from CEO John Stumpf as the company conducts an internal investigation of its sales scandal. The bank has faced rising pressure to hold its top executives accountable for the opening of about two million unwanted deposit and credit card accounts without customers' authorization, apparently to meet sales quotas.