Virgin America had the highest ranking in the annual report, which takes stock of customer complaints, mishandled baggage and on-time arrival.
The former governor of Alaska says the automaker benefits from wasted taxpayer money.
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The automaker is now solidly profitable for the first quarter.
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A look at wealthy towns in California reveals that the luxury electric-car maker is selling Model S's as fast as it can make them.
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