As an employee of Delta Air Lines, I read “Deal Maker” (AW&ST April 21, p. 44) with particular interest. I was proud to call Richard Anderson my CEO for the last few of my 37 years working for the carrier. But I would also like to laud the CEO who preceded him. Gerald Grinstein came into the picture when Delta was in turmoil following the recession at the turn of the century and specifically after the events of Sept. 11, 2001, had stultifying ramifications for the airline ...
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