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Wing Cracks Ground Airbus A380s Worldwide

All the superjumbo planes are now subject to a European safety directive and have been pulled out of service. More 

Will AMR’s Layoff Lead to Takeoff?

Workforce cuts are a painful but necessary step, among many others, if a revival is going to happen after bankruptcy. More 

Airline Stocks Remain Grounded…Except One

Here are several reasons for Southwest's success -- and why you should jump on the stock now. More 

In-Flight Wi-Fi Provider on the IPO Runway

Gogo looks to leverage an increasingly "connected" population, and its improved financials make this an IPO to watch. More 

5 Stocks Doomed to Disappear in 2012

These toxic companies bombed in 2011, and they're likely to be bought out -- or fall off the face of the earth entirely -- in the next 365 days. Watch these five vanish. More 

LightSquared’s 4G Plans Facing Dead Air

Congress, in a defense funding bill, further restricts a 4G wireless network's launch over concerns about interference with flight safety systems. More 

5 Best Emerging Market Plays for 2012

Cell phones, brewers, soda, airlines -- all offer opportunity for investors looking to ride the biggest trend of all: globalization. Here are five picks to consider. More