CEOs of United, US Airways Will Meet to Talk Merger

Top executives of the airlines plan face-to-face meeting tomorrow
By John Johnson,  Newser Staff
Posted May 28, 2008 7:42 PM CDT
CEOs of United, US Airways Will Meet to Talk Merger
A United Airlines Boeing 777 is shown in an undated photo.    (AP Photo/United Air Lines)

The CEOs from United Airlines and US Airways will meet tomorrow to try to nudge ahead talks of a possible merger, the Wall Street Journal reports. If they make headway, the executives could present a possible deal to their respective boards in mid-June. The deal, in the works for two months but rumored to be in trouble recently, could easily fall through for a host of reasons, including the volatility of the industry over surging oil prices. (Read more US Airways stories.)

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