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  1. How to Successfully Lodge a Complaint with an Airliner

    Consumers report airline companies' customer service has improved in the last year—but they still have a lot of room for improvement.  According to The American Cust...

  2. EU regulators accept Lufthansa, United antitrust offer

    EU antitrust regulators accepted on Thursday concessions from Lufthansa , United Airlines , Air Canada and Continental to ease competition concerns about their trans...

  3. Best Business Credit Cards in the $100 Fee Tier

    Dear Cashing In,I've always avoided reward cards with annual fees in excess of $100, but I run a small home-based business on the side and as I prepare my 2012 tax r...

  4. Air Canada Granted Conditional Pension Relief

    Air Canada (AC.B.T) won continued pension-funding relief from the Canadian government late Tuesday, but it came with several conditions, including executive pay caps...

  5. Are Lawsuits Interfering with Humane Medical Treatment?

    Lawyer Mark Lanier weighs in on the California nursing home that refused to perform CPR on a patient who needed it.

  6. Nursing Home Refuses to Give 87-Year-Old CPR?

    NYU Langone Medical Center’s Dr. Marc Siegel and criminal defense attorney Rebecca Nitkin on reports of a senior living facility nurse who wouldn't give an elderly woman CPR because of company policy.

  7. Thwarting the Threat of Cyber Attacks

    Former National Cybersecurity Center director Rod Beckstrom on whether we are prepared to protect ourselves against cybercrime.

  8. Exclusive: EU regulators set to clear Lufthansa, United, Air Canada tie-up - source

    Lufthansa , United Airlines and Air Canada are set to secure EU antitrust approval for their tie-up after agreeing to cede slots at Frankfurt and New York airports t...

  9. Lockheed to Acquire Engine-Maintenance, Repair Assets of Aveos Fleet Performance

    Lockheed Martin Corp. (LMT) has agreed to acquire certain assets of the engine-maintenance, repair and overhaul business of insolvent Canadian aircraft maintenance c...

  10. Sandy Stalls Air Travel, Strands Passengers

    More than 14,000 flights have been cancelled and many more cancellations are expected to wreak havoc on travel plans as airports slow operations and airlines scrap f...

  11. TSX dips amid mixed economic signals

    Canada's main stock index ended modestly lower on Wednesday, as signs of a worsening economic slowdown in China and Europe weighed on commodity prices and resource s...

  12. Airline Leasing Sector Takes Off

    Aircastle CEO Ron Wainshal on the growth of airline leasing.

  1. Airlines charging you more to sit next to your children?

    AirfareWatchdog.com founder George Hobica and Walking on Travels founder Keryn Means on airlines upselling seats to parents who want to sit with their children.

  2. Airline stocks taking off?

    AWAS CEO Ray Sisson on airline stocks.

  3. Air Canada apologizes over ‘unacceptable’ baggage handling

    FareCompare.com CEO Rick Seaney on how to protect your luggage from damage while traveling.

  4. Airbus Drops Behind Boeing in 1Q Jet Orders

    Airbus dropped behind U.S. rival Boeing in the race for new airplane deals in the first quarter after a pair of wide-body order cancellations, while Boeing finalised...

  5. Boeing: Export Credits Waning As Aircraft Funding Source

    More commercial jet buyers will tap rapidly-expanding capital markets to finance $112 billion of jet sales in 2014 as state-backed export credits become pricier and ...

  6. 13 Things Not to Buy on Black Friday

    With all the 2013 Black Friday ad leaks and sneak peeks we've unearthed in the past few weeks, this season's shopping extravaganza is looking ripe with deals and dis...

  7. Sticker-shock derails opportunistic US loan deals, for now

    Market turbulence has prompted U.S. companies to shelve more than $14 billion in loans meant to slice borrowing costs or fund shareholder dividends, confining most i...

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