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Delta Air Lines
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22 сентября, 09:57

Авиакомпании США до конца года попрощаются с лайнером Boeing 747

Легендарные самолёты Boeing 747, которые продолжают использовать авиакомпании United Airlines и Delta Air Lines, будут выведены из эксплуатации и списаны до конца текущего года, сообщает американский портал Aeronautica.online.

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20 сентября, 15:29

New Strong Sell Stocks for September 20th

Here are 5 stocks added to the Zacks Rank #5 (Strong Sell) List today:

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20 сентября, 00:28

Delta Air Lines ending flights from Japan to Guam

Delta Air Lines has announced it will end flights between Japan and Guam because of low demand just days after another airline delayed Japan-Guam flights because of North…

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15 сентября, 14:30

Delta Air Lines stock price target cut to $67 from $71 at J.P. Morgan

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13 сентября, 09:40

Лондон: урегулирование конфликта Bombardier и Boeing жизненно важно для всей Великобритании

Урегулирование торгового спора между американским авиастроителем Boeing Co и его канадским конкурентом Bombardier, крупным работодателем в Северной Ирландии, является «жизненно важным» для Великобритании. Об этом сообщает информационное агентство Reuters.

11 сентября, 20:08

Why Businesses Should Lower Prices During Natural Disasters

It’s a longstanding debate that’s reemerged during Hurricanes Irma and Harvey: During a time of crisis, should merchants raise or maintain prices when demand increases for essential products such as water, gas, and bread? Now, due to the influence of social media, a new alternative is emerging: Why not lower prices during these critical times? Economists usually lobby against implementing price-gouging laws that restrict large price increases during natural disasters. Instead, they advocate raising prices to bring demand in line with supply. By allowing the market to work, economists argue, products will remain available and sold only to those who value them the most. High prices also mitigate hoarding — customers buy only what they need instead of making “It’s cheap, so let’s buy a few extra” purchases. Just as important, a higher profit potential incentivizes companies to proactively procure additional supply to satisfy demand. The glaring downside is that this policy unfairly discriminates against lower-income people, who are less able to afford higher prices. In contrast, many policy makers believe that prices should be maintained or raised only slightly (for example, by 10%) during disaster situations. They view this as an egalitarian, first-come-first-served method to allocate scarce goods. Drawbacks of restricting market prices include the inverse of the benefits above: quick sellouts, hoarding, and lowering the financial carrot to boost supply. The recent hurricanes have highlighted a new trend in disaster pricing. Instead of raising prices, some companies are actually dropping prices on essential goods or services in high demand. Many managers realize that, while economists may believe it appropriate to jack up prices during a crisis, real-world customers view this practice negatively, seeing it as price gouging. As a result, long-term profits can be jeopardized if a company is viewed as taking advantage of a tragedy. Instead of raising prices, JetBlue capped the price of its flights leaving Florida at $99 (between nonstop cities) and $159 (for connecting flights) and added seat capacity to help people who were escaping Hurricane Irma. These prices are far below what the market would dictate, and even less than the company’s typical “few days in advance” fares. AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon all waived text, phone, and data overage fees in Florida due to Irma. Airbnb created a disaster response program in Texas to help provide free lodging to those who were displaced by the wreckage caused by Hurricane Harvey. Social media is part of the reason why companies are changing how they set prices during natural disasters. Today, the ramifications from boosting prices during a crisis — which can happen in an automated way, thanks to algorithms — have escalated. Last week one Twitter user called out Delta Air Lines for boosting its one-way fare out of Miami during the evacuation, from $547 to more than $3,200. The tweet has since been retweeted over 39,000 times, liked by over 58,000 users, and picked up by the media. Conversely, doing the humanitarian thing in a crisis can reap many reputational rewards. Houston retailer Jim “Mattress Mack” McIngvale reaped Super-Bowl-ad-like publicity for opening his showrooms to house hurricane refugees. Your pricing strategy, and how your prices affect customers during their times of need, are integral components of your company’s brand. Tough times present opportunities for companies to reinforce the message that they care for their customers. This involves maintaining, or even reducing, prices, as well as hustling to increase the supply of essential products to better serve customers. Which company would you prefer to deal with on an ongoing basis: one that appeared to financially capitalize on your misfortune or one that helped you? Reducing prices during a crisis is a low-cost tactic to strengthen ties with customers and signal to new customers what your company stands for. So, did JetBlue and other companies lower prices for altruistic or long-term profit reasons? It’s difficult to say. Regardless of the motive, in the end they helped people, which is surely a win-win.

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24 августа, 23:30

Мошенники завлекают пользователей, предлагая авиабилеты

Специалисты ESET предупредили о новой спамерской кампании: злоумышленники выдают себя за представителей авиакомпании Delta Air Lines.

27 июня, 16:33

Delta Air Lines & Korean Air Ink Trans-Pacific Joint Venture

Delta Air Lines, Inc. (DAL) and Korean Air have recently signed an agreement to create a leading trans-Pacific joint venture connecting the U.S. and Asia.

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26 июня, 21:53

The man who saved Delta wants to fix America's railroads

Amtrak has appointed former Delta Air Lines CEO Richard Anderson as its next president and chief...

26 июня, 16:10

Southwest Airlines (LUV) to Expand Via San Diego-Tampa Route

Southwest Airlines (LUV) is leaving no stone unturned to expand its operations.

22 июня, 00:43

Airline Stock Roundup: Alaska Air Group Lifts CASM View; GOL Linhas Guides Up

Alaska Air's (ALK) increased CASM view might hurt its bottom line.

20 июня, 16:30

The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: JetBlue Airways, American Airlines Group, Delta Air Lines, Southwest Airlines and Spirit Airlines

The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: JetBlue Airways, American Airlines Group, Delta Air Lines, Southwest Airlines and Spirit Airlines

19 июня, 14:02

Group-IB заблокировала сайты мошенников, использовавших бренд «Аэрофлот»

Резидент ИТ-кластера Фонда «Сколково» компания Group-IB объявила о том, что успешно защитила десятки тысяч пользователей социальных сетей от действий злоумышленников,  использующих узнаваемую символику авиакомпаний для мошеннических действий. Это удалось сделать благодаря применению службой информационной безопасности ПАО «Аэрофлот» инновационных решений Group-IB в области защиты бренда. В воскресенье 4 июня в социальных сетях появились первые посты с символикой авиакомпаний. Мошенническому использованию подверглись 19 брендов. Среди них – «Аэрофлот», Virgin America, Delta Air Lines, Lufthansa Rolex, Spar, Tesco и другие.  Злоумышленники вводили в заблуждение пользователей с целью перенаправления их на сторонние ресурсы и накрутки рекламного трафика. Мошенники использовали партнерскую модель, и часть ресурсов, на которые перенаправлялись пользователи, содержала вредоносное ПО. «Случаи, когда мошенники используют бренд компании, логотипы и фирменные цвета, а то и вовсе полностью копируют ее сайт – к сожалению, не редкость. В результате репутации компании может быть нанесен непоправимый урон», – комментирует произошедшее Дмитрий Русаков, глава направления «Защита бренда» Group-IB. Сразу после появления первых фейковых ресурсов «Аэрофлот» оповестил своих клиентов, выпустив официальный пресс-релиз, а также посты в социальных сетях. Благодаря оперативным действиям и профессионализму сотрудников CERT-GIB (Центра реагирования на инциденты информационной безопасности Group-IB) вечером 6 июня мошеннические ресурсы были заблокированы, несмотря на хостинг сайтов в США. «Сервис по защите бренда нашей компании дает возможность в ряде случаев оперативно пресечь деятельность преступников, так как мы следим за обсуждениями мошеннических схем, объявлений о продаже контрафакта, баз данных, сборе информации и поиске инсайдеров в компании в теневом интернете», – поясняет принцип работы сервиса Дмитрий Русаков. По словам Антона Иванова, руководителя направления «Технологии информационной безопасности» ИТ-кластера Фонда «Сколково», компания Group-IB в очередной раз продемонстрировала высокий уровень работы по предотвращению мошеннических действий в сети. «Высокотехнологичная система слежения за инфраструктурой и взаимодействиями киберпреступников позволяет Group-IB оставаться лидером рынка и обеспечивает предоставление все более качественных услуг для клиентов», – подчеркивает Антон Иванов. Уже проведено предварительное расследование инцидента, и в скором времени будут выявлены все участники мошеннической схемы.  Услуга по защите бренда в сети Интернет основана на 14-летнем опыте борьбы с киберпреступлениями и уникальных данных Threat Intelligence Group-IB. Высокотехнологичная система мониторинга за инфраструктурой и взаимодействиями киберпреступников позволяет Group-IB отслеживать и e-mail рассылки, контекстную рекламу, признаки SEO-манипуляций и активности ботов для повышения в поисковой выдаче. Попытки преступника возобновить активность после попадания в базу система выявит уже на этапе регистрации домена и аренды хостинга. Кроме того, Group-IB, одна из ведущих международных компаний по предотвращению и расследованию киберпреступлений и мошенничеств с использованием высоких технологий, имеет крупнейшую криминалистическую лабораторию в Восточной Европе, а также центр оперативного реагирования CERT-GIB. В 2017 году компания стала лидером российского рынка исследования киберугроз по версии IDC. 

17 июня, 08:17

'Julius Caesar' Halted As Protester Storms Stage, Another Screams At 'Nazis'

BREAKING: Julius Ceasar Gets SHUTDOWN pic.twitter.com/ITgfMR0tHE— Jack Posobiec (@JackPosobiec) June 17, 2017 Commotion erupted briefly Friday night in New York City’s Central Park as a protester stormed an outdoor stage during the assassination scene of Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar,” while another shouted from the audience, calling the crowd watching the provocative play “Nazis.” The New York Public Theater’s presentation of the 400-year-old play features actors in modern-day garb and attempts to explore issues of politics, idealism, plots and dictators in Shakespeare’s examination of Caesar’s life and death. The actor playing Caesar sports a navy blue suit, a red tie and reddish blonde hair, and grabs at his wife’s crotch in a characterization that evokes President Donald Trump. The wild scene at Friday’s performance was captured in videos posted to Twitter, including one by the protester in the audience ― Jack Posobiec, a Trump fan and “Pizzagate” conspiracy theorist. Just as the assassination scene was beginning Friday night, Laura Loomer, a right-wing activist, barged onstage. “Stop the normalization of political violence against the right,” she shouted. “This is not acceptable.” A voice on the loudspeaker then announced: “Ladies and gentlemen, we’re going to pause. We’re going to pause. Security. Security.” As security came to corral Loomer, the audience booed her, then applauded as she was escorted away. That’s when Posobiec jumped up, shouting to the rest of the crowd, “You are all Nazis like Joseph Goebbels” ― a reference to Adolf Hitler’s minister of propaganda. “This is all Goebbels. You are inciting terrorists. Goebbels would be proud. You are Nazis.” Again, the audience loudly booed Posobiec as he was taken away by security. The play resumed after he and Loomer were removed. Loomer ― a reporter with The Rebel Media, a far-right Canadian outlet that started a “Free Laura” campaign Friday evening ― and Posobiec held a Twitter press conference after they were taken to the Central Park Precinct. Loomer said she’d been charged with disorderly conduct and trespassing, which she called “kinda weird because it’s a public park.” She said she has set up a website for contributions to her “legal defense fund.” Laura Loomer being released from Central Park precinct. https://t.co/7WUpbgcHJ6— Jack Posobiec (@JackPosobiec) June 17, 2017 The play has drawn controversy for its assassination scene, where Caesar is killed by the Roman Senate. Delta Air Lines and Bank of America yanked their sponsorship of the production this week. We are withdrawing our funding pic.twitter.com/MlaONF82FN— Bank of America News (@BofA_News) June 12, 2017 Donald Trump Jr., the president’s eldest son, retweeted a complaint about the play after a gunman opened fire Wednesday on a GOP congressional baseball practice, critically wounding House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) and injuring three others. The theater has defended the work, which can be interpreted as a cautionary tale that warns against violence. In the play, the republic falls apart shortly after Caesar’s assassination. “Our production of ‘Julius Caesar’ in no way advocates violence towards anyone,” the theater said in a statement. “Shakespeare’s play, and our production, make the opposite point: those who attempt to defend democracy by undemocratic means pay a terrible price and destroy the very thing they are fighting to save.” type=type=RelatedArticlesblockTitle=Related Coverage + articlesList=59413b0ee4b0d31854864391,593fdc56e4b0e84514ee2e79,593d81c3e4b0b13f2c6b71f3 -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

16 июня, 13:32

Alaska Air Group (ALK) Lifts CASM View on Deal with Pilots

Alaska Air's (ALK) bottom line is expected to be hurt in the second quarter as well due to high labor costs.

15 июня, 16:30

The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: United Technologies, Abbott, Delta Air, Equity Residential and Ross Stores

The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: United Technologies, Abbott, Delta Air, Equity Residential and Ross Stores

15 июня, 16:15

Why You Should Retain Delta Airlines (DAL) Stock for Now

Delta Air Lines, (DAL) posted impressive traffic results for the month of May.

14 июня, 19:10

Top Stock Reports for United Technologies, Abbott, Delta Air & Others

Top Stock Reports for United Technologies, Abbott, Delta Air & Others

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14 июня, 15:49

Delta Air Lines (DAL): Strong Industry, Solid Earnings Estimate Revisions

Delta Air Lines (DAL) is seeing solid earnings estimate revision activity, and is in great company from a Zacks Industry Rank perspective.