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Finally, it's a done deal. American Airlines AMR Corp. and US Airways Group Monday officially announced the completion of their merger to form American Airlines Group Inc., the world's largest airline.
After months of trying to fix broken escalators at commuter train stations in Center City and South Jersey, PATCO may demolish and replace some of the equipment.
American Airlines and US Airways seem an unlikely couple, even to the man who will lead the combined company after their merger on Monday. Doug Parker says, however, that American's buttoned-down, corporate culture will be the perfect complement to his scrappy US Airways, where "we sometimes fire before we're ready."
FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) - American Airlines emerged from bankruptcy protection and US Airways culminated its long pursuit of a merger partner as the two completed their deal Monday to create the world's biggest airline.
Has Amtrak abandoned its vision of 220-mile-per-hour bullet trains speeding up and down the Northeast Corridor?
The Street: A new option for personal banking is in the works: your local subway station.
The Supreme Court questioned Monday whether a Wisconsin airline can be held liable for reporting one of its pilots as mentally unstable and potentially armed. Federal authorities pulled the pilot off a flight on which he was a passenger, but found no cause for concern.
The Street: The IRS has announced the new 2014 standard mileage allowance rates for business, charitable, medical and moving travel.
New Jersey Transit is cross-honoring tickets system-wide in anticipation of a messy Monday morning commute.
The Transportation Security Administration made nearly $7,000 last year just from Philadelphia International Airport passengers who left their loose change behind at checkpoints.
Commuters who take trains or buses to work face a cut of up to $1,380 in their annual pretax transportation benefits, while commuters who drive will get a slight increase, starting next month.
Airports across the country have sued to block a new Transportation Security Administration directive that requires them, starting Jan. 1, to begin guarding exit security doors as passengers leave flights and head for baggage claims.
The Street: Traveling during the holidays can present many challenges, but finding creative ways to get to your destination can bolster the enjoyment in the experience.
Stymied again in their efforts to fix broken escalators at commuter train stations in Center City and South Jersey, PATCO officials on Wednesday agreed to pay SEPTA $100,000 to do the work.
What if you could explore and conduct research on the floor of the Grand Canyon, or examine archaeological sites underneath the Vatican, without ever leaving the Philadelphia region?
PORTLAND, Ore. (TheStreet) -- The best gift a beer lover can get on Christmas is beer. It just may not stick around to see another Christmas...
WASHINGTON - As federal regulators consider removing a decades-old prohibition on making phone calls on planes, a majority of Americans who fly oppose such a change, a new Associated Press-GfK poll finds.
The board of the underfunded Pennsylvania State Employees' Retirement System (SERS) voted Wednesday to hire outside experts for assessment and advice for dealing with allegations against its chief investment officer, Anthony S. Clark.
PokerStars, the world's largest Internet poker site, had its application for a New Jersey gambling license suspended for two years by regulators, citing an indictment against its founder.
Two retired Philadelphia professors - Barbara Fleischer and Thelma Reese - are riding the growing wave of women over 60, one of the fastest-growing demographics in America. Not only are 10,000 baby boomers retiring every day, but many female boomers outlive their husbands, as do women in general.
Memo to bidders competing to buy Philadelphia Gas Works: Put a lid on it. City Councilwoman Marian B. Tasco complained Tuesday that lobbyists purporting to represent bidders for the city's gas utility have reached out to her and other Council members, apparently in violation of confidentiality agreements to keep the sale process secret.
Rejects call to freeze investments in wake of investment chief's abrupt departure
The Street: All automakers, including General Motors, are in the early stages of a siege from the most innovative automotive company, Tesla.
When asked to empty their pockets at airport security, travelers are quick to oblige placing wallets, cell phones, and spare change in the baskets. In a rush to collect belongings and quickly head to gates for departure, stray coins can be an afterthought for some passengers.