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  • Delta targets Seattle � in Alaska Airlines � in westerly expansion

    SEATTLE Delta Air Lines Chief Executive Richard Anderson has ambitious plans to build up Seattle as the airline's West Coast international gateway and its eighth domestic hub.
  • Alaska Air CEO to retire

    Alaska Air CEO to retire
    Bill Ayer, the chairman and CEO of Seattle-based Alaska Air Group, will retire, the company announced Thursday. Ayer, 57, has been with the company, which operates Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air, for the last 30 years. He has been at the helm in the CEO...

    Alaska Air: 2Q Profit Takes A Nose Dive

    Alaska Air: 2Q Profit Takes A Nose Dive
    Alaska Air Group Inc. says its second-quarter profit plunged 53.9% to $29.1 million. The Seattle-based company's profit for the April-June quarter was equivalent to 79 cents a share, compared to a year-ago profit of $63.1 million, or $1.74 a share. The...

    Aerospace Summit: What Role Will Our State Play In The Industry's Future?

    Aerospace Summit: What Role Will Our State Play In The Industry's Future?
    Our state's role in the future of the aerospace industry is the focus of a summit taking place today in Lynnwood. Aerospace industry officials and state leaders are gathering to discuss how to keep 86,000 jobs and $36 billion worth of economic value...

    Some experts see discounts in stock market's volatility

    As 2007 draws to a close, a volatile stock market may present opportunities for investors seeking undervalued stocks, because many other investors expect the worst. If harsh punishment doled out to some stocks turns out to have been excessive, then...