AC once again named as top 100 employer in Canada

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  1. londoncalling

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    I would think all the Whiners at TOBB voted for CR. Based on financial results just noticed this morning,CR and his team have managed well.
     
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    I do wonder how much the lower fuel prices contributed to that record profit, though.
     
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    They certainly don't seem to contribute to lower fuel surcharges.
     
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    all the airlines are saying they cannot reduce fares until their current hedges at higher prices run out. :rolleyes:
     
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    Why does that make sense? Serious question.

    (Poasted from my milepoint enabled iPhone)
     
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    It's like pump prices for gas. Price of oil goes up, pump price goes up; price of oil goes down, pump price can't go down because it apparently takes time for the cheaper oil to work its way through the refining system.

    Or, more likely, someone has to pay the CEO's bonus.
     

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