U.S. Looks at Airline Investors for Evidence of Fare CollusionBy and
Yes, concludes a study being reviewed by antitrust officials
Justice Department asks about talks with top shareholders
U.S. antitrust officials investigating whether the nation’s four largest airlines colluded on pricing are looking at executives’ communications -- not only with each other, but also with their biggest shareholders.
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