HOW AIRLINES WILL LOOK IN THE 1990s Takeover battles are changing the shape of this industry. The way they come out will have plenty of long-term consequences for anyone who flies

Labich, Kenneth; Berlin, Rosalind Klein
January 1990
Fortune;1/1/1990, Vol. 121 Issue 1, p50
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