May 24, 2013

Do you fly Delta? Don't miss our interview with Delta’s Chief Executive Officer, Richard Anderson, as he discusses the airline industry, mergers, passenger fees and why he think the carrier is set to have its most profitable year ever.

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THE NUMBERS as of 2:35 P.M. EDT


DOW +27.82 (+0.21%) Dow up; NASDAQ +7.80 (+0.26%)Nasdaq up S&P 500 +3.99 (+0.24%)S&P 500 up

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Chances are the Dow could end up with a loss for the week. But the big story may be bonds.

A big chunk of private-sector infrastructure opens at New York’s JFK airport today. It's the new Delta Air Lines terminal, with its $1.6 billion worth of lounge area, gates, and services.

Delta’s Chief Executive Officer, Richard Anderson, joined Marketplace Morning Report to discuss the industry, mergers, passenger fees, and why he thinks Delta is about to have its most profitable year ever.

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