Delta Air Lines
Delta Shares Fall After Lower Guidance
Other airlines also saw their shares decline amid fears of a global slowdown.
U.S. Trade Panel Overturns Bombardier Tariffs
The International Trade Commission's ruling gives a surprise victory to Bombardier in a trade dispute with Boeing over its CSeries planes.
Delta Stock Soars 4.4% on Q4 Earnings Beat
"We enter 2018 with significant momentum and every entity delivering positive passenger unit revenue for the first time in five years."
Hurricanes to Cut $44M From JetBlue Revenue
“The third quarter presented unprecedented weather challenges for JetBlue," impacting both revenue and operating income.
Profit Drop Clouds Delta’s 2.5% Revenue Rise
The increase in the airline's passenger unit revenue for the second quarter broke a two-and-half-year losing streak.
Delta Sees Clearer Skies Ahead for Revenue
The airline forecasts passenger unit revenue will range from flat to a 2% increase in the first quarter of 2017, ending two years of quarterly declines.
Delta Reports $450 Million Loss on Fuel Hedge
The airline's latest hedging loss highlights the riskiness of the practice with fuel costs still below historical norms.
Ex-Delta Trader Fined for Commodities Manipulation
The trader placed orders for personal profit ahead of trades intended for Delta, according to the CME Group.
Delta’s Paul Jacobson: ‘I Never Dreamed It Could Be This Good’
Soaring profits reward the faith of a CFO who craved a career in the perpetually shaky airline business from age seven.
Obama Cut Would Slash Deferred Tax Liabilities, Study Finds
But a reduction in the corporate rate would also cut the deferred tax assets — and the net worth — of some companies.
Why Strategy Plays Second Fiddle for Finance Chiefs
Yes, CFOs are getting more strategic, but for many, it’s not yet close to the core of the job.