We could easily pay back the $245 million note to the bondholders and not make any firm commitmentDelta holds its ground in Minnesota Jan 14, 2009
To deal with the effect of the recession, we are moving quickly and decisively to decrease systemwide capacity by 6 to 8 percentDelta, Northwest offer worker buyouts Dec 13, 2008
The airline industry faces a very difficult economic environment around the world and this merger gives Delta increased flexibility to adapt to the economic challenges aheadDelta-Northwest merger gets Justice OK Oct 29, 2008
This is our calling in life, to play the blues around the worldMEBB becoming top Navajo Nation band Nov 16, 2004
We at Northwest Airlines believe that prices should typically be dictated by the market, and we believe that airlines, like other industries, must try to solve their own problems before turning to the government for helpNorthwest calls for action on fuel costs Jul 07, 2004
Richard Norman Anderson (born August 8, 1926) is an American actor in film and television, known to TV audiences as Steve Austin's (Lee Majors) and Jaime Sommers' (Lindsay Wagner) boss, Oscar Goldman, in both The Six Million Dollar Man and The Bionic Woman TV series and their three subsequent TV movies: The Return of the Six-Million-Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman (1987), Bionic Showdown: The Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman (1989) and Bionic Ever After? (1994).
Anderson was born in Long Branch, New Jersey, the son of Olga (née Lurie) and Harry Anderson.
On the big screen, his many films included the science-fiction classic Forbidden Planet and the World War I drama Paths of Glory directed by Stanley Kubrick, in which Anderson played the prosecuting attorney. He was the object of the unrequited love of Clara Varner (Joanne Woodward) in 1958's The Long, Hot Summer and a suspicious military officer in the 1964 drama Seven Days in May.