American CEO bashes US Airways; calls it desperate

Jul 25, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Tri-cityherald.com

Horton has never made that fact public before, but he's doing so now to send a message.

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Merlin

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When are people going to realize Horton has no say. If the Bankruptcy Judge and creditors say merge he is gone. He is a pom-pas CEO who is trying to hang on to his job. The rumors of American buying Alaska or Frontier is a joke to. They are in Bankruptcy,they cant buy anybody. Just ignore the bull and wait till fall and watch Horton go BYE BYE
Joe Arpaio

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AA will emerge from BK as a financially stable stand alone airline. Any deal with US Air will be bad for employees and passengers.
Gent

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AA will emerge from BK, no doubt! The only thing is they will still screw their employees worse than Lockheed and be back to BK court in no time flat. Vought and GE have already learned the hard way about hiring their disgruntled AFW employees.

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