AMR

Despite Record Orders, Boeing’s McNerney Could Be Ejected

James McNerney's uneven tenure could be over soon. Would Ford's Alan Mulally move in? Plenty of folks are rooting for the former Boeing exec's return. More 

The Big Cloud on Airlines’ 2012 Horizon: Europe

As if the euro zone mess weren't enough, throw in high fuel prices, and airlines face yet another tough year. More 

Don’t Crash Your Portfolio with AMR

AMR Corp. got a huge jolt Wednesday -- but investors should think twice before playing this dangerous game of bankruptcy hot potato. More 

Lemons for Lulu, Barnes & Noble: Thursday’s IP Market Recap

Barnes & Noble (BKS), Lululemon Athletica (LULU) take a licking after disappointing earnings reports Thursday. More 

4 Municipal Bond ETFs to Buy for Solid Returns, Tax Advantages

Municipal bonds have a fairly high minimum-investment bar, and can be risky if holding just a few issues. These four muni-bond ETFs solve those problems. More 

5 Reasons Tom Horton Can Lead AMR Back From Bankruptcy

The new CEO of American Airlines' parent AMR knows well what must be done -- and how to do it. See what he brings to the table. More 

American Airlines Goes Bankrupt, Signaling End of an Era

American Airlines parent AMR Corp.'s filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection is a signal that the 'hub-and-spoke’ legacy carrier model seems doomed for good. More