Richard Anderson and Ed Bastian holding up newspapers
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Since 2007, Delta CEO Richard Anderson and President Ed Bastian have been a nearly inseparable leadership team. United by the goal of making Delta the world’s best airline for customers and employees...
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With Wednesday's announcement of Richard Anderson’s retirement from Delta, social media lit up with messages of appreciation and well wishes for the outgoing CEO. In his nine years at the helm,...
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The financial sector’s response was upbeat after Delta announced Wednesday that current President Ed Bastian would succeed CEO Richard Anderson, who will retire in May. Analysts said they expect a “...
Richard Anderson and Ed Bastian Speaking
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Delta Air Lines, Inc. Board of Directors today announced that Richard H. Anderson has chosen to retire as CEO effective May 2, 2016.
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Delta reported a record-breaking 4Q Tuesday, with adjusted pre-tax income of $1.45 billion, capping a historic year for the global airline.
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Sometimes being a contrarian is a good thing. Doing things differently is why Delta’s customers enjoy the most reliable operation in the history of commercial aviation. It’s why we’re building an...
Delta will celebrate the winners of its most prestigious employee honor, the Chairman’s Club, at its 19th annual gala tonight in Atlanta.
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Delta President Ed Bastian discussed Delta’s role in the community, its people-focused culture and his outlook on the future before a gathering of Atlanta business leaders this morning. Bastian...
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Wall Street anticipates that Delta will report a record-breaking profit when the airline announces its earnings for the third quarter Wednesday morning. The third quarter is traditionally the...
From Atlanta to Seattle and Miami to New York, dozens of news organizations shared the news of Delta’s announcement Wednesday that it would invest more in employee pay and benefits. The Seattle Times...

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