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New York (AirGuideBusiness - Airline Finance News North America) Mon, Sep 21, 2015

US Says will Review Gulf Airline Subsidy Allegations The US State Department is still reviewing US airlines' allegations over what they say are subsidies being provided to three Gulf airlines. This follows US Secretary Of State John Kerry's meeting with the chief executives of two US airlines. On Thursday, Kerry met the CEOs of American Airlines and Delta Air Lines at their request to discuss their concerns and recommendations for government, the State Department said. Fri, Sep 18, 2015

Meetings should be high stakes or not at all "Meetings should be intense," with participants feeling that much is at stake for them, says Patrick Lencioni, president of the Table Group. The alternative to such intensity and personal investment is boredom and stagnation when there is already too much time spent in meetings. "We've accepted mediocrity around our meetings, and that permeates everything," Lencioni argues. Fri, Sep 18, 2015

Get your team back on track as autumn nears Autumn is the time to refresh your team's commitment to the business after a summer that hopefully included a vacation or two. Refocus your employees by discussing your company's purpose, setting priorities and establishing a vision for the future, write Dennis Brouwer and J.P. Kelly, co-founders of Crew11. Fri, Sep 18, 2015

Delta raises $1.7M for American Cancer Society Delta Air Lines donated more than $1.7 million to the American Cancer Society this year, setting a new company record. "Our goal was an aggressive $1.5 million this year, and thanks to the more than 45,000 employees and customers around the world who supported the 2015 campaign, we continue to raise the bar," said Bill Lentsch, senior vice president of airport customer service and cargo operations at the carrier. Fri, Sep 18, 2015

Southwest reaches tentative agreement with pilots union Southwest Airlines and its pilots union have reached a tentative agreement on a contract through 2019. Union members will vote on ratification of the contract on Nov. 4. "Everyone on both sides of the table worked hard to fashion a contract that recognizes and rewards the steadfast professionalism of our Pilots," said Craig Drew, vice president of flight operations for Southwest. Fri, Sep 18, 2015

FedEx and UPS to hire more seasonal workers this year FedEx announced plans to hire more than...

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