Just days into its Chapter 11 reorganization, AMR Corp. has unveiled a new senior management team for its mainline division that no longer includes Executive VP of Operations Robert Reding and assigns key positions to two people experienced in company divestitures. Reding’s retirement on Dec. 31 ,after 12 years with AMR, means an end to the EVP-operations role at American Airlines, although many of the responsibilities will be assumed by James Ream, who retains his current duties as head ...
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