The CEOs of Delta and Northwest yesterday repeatedly assured lawmakers their proposed merger won’t reduce frontline employees or air services, although they stressed that such changes could well be forced by rising oil prices. Lawmakers at a Senate aviation subcommittee hearing took turns asking for guarantees about facilities and workers in their areas. They largely got the commitments they wanted from the CEOs, although International Association of Machinists General VP Robert Roach ...
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