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AMR, Southwest CEOs worried about rising oil prices

Both AMR CEO Gerard Arpey and Southwest boss Gary Kelly, in separate news conferences after annual shareholders' meetings, said they are concerned about the damage rising oil prices could do to their business. With the recession already pushing down demand, and thus revenue, a runup in fuel costs to last year's levels would be bad indeed. Read more at this link.

AMR, Southwest CEOs worried about rising oil prices

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Both AMR CEO Gerard Arpey and Southwest boss Gary Kelly, in separate news conferences after annual shareholders' meetings, said they are concerned about the damage rising oil prices could do to their business. With the recession already pushing down demand, and thus revenue, a runup in fuel costs to last year's levels would be bad indeed. Read more at this link. 

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