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Sir Richard Branson Doesn’t Wholly Own Many Virgin Companies
Sir Richard Branson Is Worth Billions, Keeps Expanding His Reach
Airline Mergers and Acquisitions: Are We There Yet?
The most recent phase of consolidation that began in 2005 has seen 13 airline mergers and acquisitions. Four of these deals are worth special mention because they changed the face of the industry.
How Is JetBlue Tackling Its Virgin America Loss?
On April 4, 2016, Alaska Air Group (ALK) acquired Virgin America (VA) for $57 per share in cash for a total of $2.6 billion. What does this mean for JetBlue?
How Did American Airlines, US Airways Overcome DOJ Objections?
The DOJ granted a conditional approval for the American Airlines–US Airways merger. AAL had to sell some of its slots and takeoff rights to low-cost carriers.
Alaska Air Group Won the Bidding War for Virgin America
On April 4, 2016, Alaska Air Group (ALK) acquired Virgin America (VA) for $57 per share in cash. This amounts to a total of $2.6 billion.
What is Driving Decreasing Inflation?
Commodity prices continue to subdue inflation globally. They remain a main concern for the Federal Reserve and any decision regarding future interest rate increases.
What Were Southwest’s Key Performance Drivers for 1Q15?
Southwest Airlines posted excellent financial performance metrics in 1Q15, including ~6% growth in available seat miles.
What makes Embraer successful?
In order to find out what makes Embraer successful, we need to look at its major strengths and what the company has done right.