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Delta Air Lines sees changing of the guard

bizjournals Wednesday, 12 October 2016 ()
Delta Air Lines Inc. announced Tuesday that Richard Anderson is retiring as the company's executive chairman, and will be replaced by former Home Depot CEO Frank Blake, who has served on Delta's board since July 2014 and been Delta's lead director since May. Blake will become non-executive chairman. The move ends Anderson's nine-year leadership of Delta. Immediately before joining Delta, he was executive vice president of UnitedHealth Group from November 2004 to August 2007. He became a Delta director…
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Oct. 13 -- Delta Air Lines will keep a lid on growth next year as it seeks to shore up persistently weak fares. Bloomberg Intelligence's George Ferguson reports on "Bloomberg Markets: Americas."

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