Interview: US Airways CEO Doug Parker

Doug Parker

Doug Parker is chairman, president and CEO of US Airways. He previously held those titles at America West. America West hide caption

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US Airways and America West merged in late September and shares of the new US Airways are up around 60 percent since the merger. What's behind the company's take-off on Wall Street? Is the merger a match made in heaven or a marriage of inconvenience? David Gardner talks with US Airways CEO Doug Parker.

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