NBC Evening News for Friday, Apr 18, 2003
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.
(Washington: Robert Hager) The negotiations to save American Airlines featured; details given about the union uproar following the revelation that the management was arranging big bonuses for executives after asking employees to accept pay cuts; cuts outlined by union. [American CEO Don CARTY- says he will lead the way in taking a pay cut.] [Transport Workers Union Jim LITTLE- says workers feel like they’ve been duped.] [Airline PASSENGER – says concessions should go from the top to the bottom.] [Airline analyst Michael BOYD- calls the bonuses a “bonehead play” by management.]
(Studio: Brian Williams) More information on airlines’ financial troubles on msnbc.com noted.
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