US Airways & AMR Corp. CEO's Testify Before Senate On Antitrust : Fotografía de noticias

US Airways & AMR Corp. CEO's Testify Before Senate On Antitrust

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Douglas 'Doug' Parker, chairman and chief executive officer of US Airways Group Inc., top to bottom, Thomas 'Tom' Horton, chairman, president and chief executive officer of AMR Corp.'s American Airlines, Diana Moss, vice president of the American Antitrust Institute, and William McGee, a consultant to Consumers Union, testify during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Tuesday, March 19, 2013. The proposed merger between American Airlines and US Airways would increase fares, reduce service to smaller communities and make it more difficult for low-cost carriers to compete, two consumer advocates said at a Senate hearing. Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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Douglas 'Doug' Parker, chairman and chief executive officer of US Airways Group Inc., top to bottom, Thomas 'Tom' Horton, chairman, president and chief executive officer of AMR Corp.'s American Airlines, Diana Moss, vice president of the American Antitrust Institute, and William McGee, a consultant to Consumers Union, testify during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Tuesday, March 19, 2013. The proposed merger between American Airlines and US Airways would increase fares, reduce service to smaller communities and make it more difficult for low-cost carriers to compete, two consumer advocates said at a Senate hearing. Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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Douglas 'Doug' Parker chairman and chief executive officer of US... Fotografía de noticias 164058422Actividad comercial,American Airlines,América del norte,Audiencia ante el tribunal,Capitol Hill,Comité judicial del senado de los Estados Unidos,Congreso,Consorcio,Consumismo,Derecho,Director ejecutivo de empresa,Douglas,EE.UU.,Finanzas,Gobierno,Las Américas,Oficio con título,Presidente de organización,Prestar declaración,Thomas,Transporte,Vertical,Viajes,Vicepresidente,Volar,Washington DCPhotographer Collection: Bloomberg 2013 BloombergDouglas 'Doug' Parker, chairman and chief executive officer of US Airways Group Inc., top to bottom, Thomas 'Tom' Horton, chairman, president and chief executive officer of AMR Corp.'s American Airlines, Diana Moss, vice president of the American Antitrust Institute, and William McGee, a consultant to Consumers Union, testify during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Tuesday, March 19, 2013. The proposed merger between American Airlines and US Airways would increase fares, reduce service to smaller communities and make it more difficult for low-cost carriers to compete, two consumer advocates said at a Senate hearing. Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images