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February 13, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Ex-Continental Directors Sued: The airline's creditors committee is suing Frank A. Lorenzo and Robert D. Snedeker plus Jet Capital Inc. for $180 million over a series of transactions they conducted with Scandinavian Airlines Systems four months before Continental filed for bankruptcy protection. The transactions generated $41.6 million for Lorenzo, Snedeker and Jet Capital, which Lorenzo and Snedeker controlled, the suit says.
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February 13, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Ex-Continental Directors Sued: The airline's creditors committee is suing Frank A. Lorenzo and Robert D. Snedeker plus Jet Capital Inc. for $180 million over a series of transactions they conducted with Scandinavian Airlines Systems four months before Continental filed for bankruptcy protection. The transactions generated $41.6 million for Lorenzo, Snedeker and Jet Capital, which Lorenzo and Snedeker controlled, the suit says.
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October 30, 1985
Texas Air Corp. posted third-quarter net income of $68.8 million, the largest quarterly profit since the company was formed in 1980. Texas Air's third-quarter profits compared to net income of $30.2 million in the same period of 1984. "We are pleased with the sharp improvement shown in the third quarter and believe that these results confirm the value of the restructuring of our operations that we have undertaken during recent years," said Robert D. Snedeker, senior vice president of Texas Air.
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