Netflix of the skies? Surf Air, a California startup, will give customers unlimited access for one price.
The carrier posted a good first quarter, and anticipates raising its passenger totals by around 8.5% in Q2 on a year over year basis.
Travel spending is up, and a few select plays in some related sectors stand to benefit most.
Tenet Healthcare is upgraded to 'buy,' and JetBlue is downgraded to 'neutral.'
The carrier's new 'seat-to-seat delivery' lets passengers buy each other drinks and snacks.
Notwithstanding sequestration, the agency has discretion and shouldn't cut air traffic controllers.
Numbers for the race are being sold online, and the event's organizers can't really do much about it.
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