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October 20, 1998 | From Associated Press
The Justice Department has raised concerns about Northwest Airlines' plan to buy a controlling stake in Continental Airlines and may go to court to block the alliance, federal officials said Monday. Justice officials have been talking for several days with representatives of the airlines and Air Partners, an investment group that agreed to sell Northwest an equity stake in Houston-based Continental representing 51% of its voting stock.
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October 20, 1998 | From Associated Press
The Justice Department has raised concerns about Northwest Airlines' plan to buy a controlling stake in Continental Airlines and may go to court to block the alliance, federal officials said Monday. Justice officials have been talking for several days with representatives of the airlines and Air Partners, an investment group that agreed to sell Northwest an equity stake in Houston-based Continental representing 51% of its voting stock.
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February 19, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Group Makes Offer for America West: Air Partners, the investor group that brought Continental Airlines Inc. out of bankruptcy court, has made an offer for America West Airlines, a spokesman for the group said. In addition, Continental and the New Mexico-based regional carrier Mesa Airlines are said to be considering joining in the bid. Investors David Bonderman and James Coulter of Fort Worth, Tex.
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February 19, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Group Makes Offer for America West: Air Partners, the investor group that brought Continental Airlines Inc. out of bankruptcy court, has made an offer for America West Airlines, a spokesman for the group said. In addition, Continental and the New Mexico-based regional carrier Mesa Airlines are said to be considering joining in the bid. Investors David Bonderman and James Coulter of Fort Worth, Tex.
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November 9, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Continental Airlines to Announce Winning Bidder: Continental Airlines Holdings Inc. is expected today to say which of two rival bidders will liberate its troubled operations from nearly two years of federal bankruptcy proceedings. Air Canada with Texas investors Air Partners L. P. offered $425 million for Continental, while Maxxam Inc. together with Aeromexico offered $400 million. The Houston Post quoted sources Sunday as saying that both bids have been raised to around $450 million.
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October 27, 1994
Robert R. Ferguson III, who led Continental Airlines through a bankruptcy reorganization and then spearheaded the airline's low-fare CALite service that began a year ago, resigned Tuesday as the carrier's chief executive and vice chairman. The 45-year-old Ferguson, chief executive since mid-1991, said he will remain a Continental director but wants to "explore other career challenges." He also was named a principal at Air Partners L.P., the investor group that is Continental's major stockholder.
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November 9, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Continental Airlines to Announce Winning Bidder: Continental Airlines Holdings Inc. is expected today to say which of two rival bidders will liberate its troubled operations from nearly two years of federal bankruptcy proceedings. Air Canada with Texas investors Air Partners L. P. offered $425 million for Continental, while Maxxam Inc. together with Aeromexico offered $400 million. The Houston Post quoted sources Sunday as saying that both bids have been raised to around $450 million.
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