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The U.S. Airways corporate people are in charge and the American Airlines corporate people got demoted or left.
There once were the days our politicians protected us from these, mergers and acquisitions. No more. Monopolies are running wild. Wal-Mart knocking out all their competition as well. Hell, I would not be surprised if underlying to this Target story, Wal-Mart might have something to do with it to knock off Target as well.
Love my country, fear my corrupt Government.
The big deal the past 4 years is the Fed printing over 4 trillion dollars to help wall street and the banks.
Who will pay for this bull?
V_L: "... inherited business platforms ..." I’ve been reading this from you for years. It is really sad that your being fired from a mom-and-pop passed on to ‘et fiels" has been such a downer. However, that is no reason to castigate and wish revolution and destruction of capitalism - the greatest wealth generation in the history of the earth..
There were no "big deals" in 2013... no Top Talent... no major league anything... corruption doesn't get any other label besides-- crooked and crooked.
If there was a bright side to 2013... it was that the rich got SO rich that it will be easy to pin the entire $700 TRILLION in derivative debt repayment on them, their heirs, successors but NOT assigns. They created the record debt, they can settle it. Many say 2014 is the year of regulation. Too late. 2014 is the year psychopaths are brought down to Earth or put in it. Expect war and you won't be surprised.
MR.Soul;The market is up 99% since Obama took office.Put down the crack pipe
and get ready for your shift at Burger King.
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