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Not a low-cost carrier, not a legacy airline, JetBlue goes the third way

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by × December 5, 2013 ×
Taking Opera Underground

Taking Opera Underground

Six opera singers started the Opera Collective nine years ago as a support group. Since then Opera Collective expanded and now around 30 singers bring opera to New York’s subway. While  music lovers pay hundreds of dollars for performances in famous Opera houses, New Yorkers can hear those professional singers […]

by × November 6, 2013 ×
Despite missing estimates in the last three quarters, analysts expect rising earnings for JetBlue

Despite missing estimates in the last three quarters, analysts expect rising earnings for JetBlue

JetBlue is expected to announce $0.22 earnings per share for the third quarter 2013 on Tuesday. This would be a significant improvement from the same quarter a year earlier, when the low-cost carrier earned $0.14 per share. Analysts expect revenue to be $1.440 billion, compared to $1.308 billion in Q3 […]

by × October 28, 2013 ×
U.S. Airlines Rise and Shine

U.S. Airlines Rise and Shine

After sluggish years following 9/11, the US airline sector is looking bright. The AMEX Airline Index outperformed the market (S&P500 +21.67%) by gaining 64.67% in the last 12 months. All American carriers will report profits in the third quarter 2013 according to analysts’ consensus surveyed by Bloomberg. Prior to Q3 […]

by × October 20, 2013 ×
Why Did the Price for Natural Gas Plummet?

Why Did the Price for Natural Gas Plummet?

Up till 2005 natural gas production in the USA was stable. Then technical innovation changed the whole industry.  

by × October 14, 2013 ×
2013 is turning out be a hot year for IPOs

2013 is turning out be a hot year for IPOs

2013 is stacking up to be a great year for initial public offerings (IPOs). Following a slow period after the economic crisis, the number of IPOs in the US could surpass 200 for the first time since 2007. Hilton Worldwide and Twitter, two well-known companies, announced just last week to […]

by × September 21, 2013 ×