Thomas C. Lawton
Articles by Thomas C. Lawton
The American Airlines-US Airways tie-up smacks of the last two singles shacking up due to expediency rather than out of love.
Enterprise architecture can provide the IT-enabled bridge that allows senior managers to convert strategic initiatives into value-adding actions.
The success of Lufthansa Group shows the benefits companies receive by having two CEOs.
Political extremes are dominating the European political landscape, but the center can do something about it.
The airline is focusing on international growth and improved service to become the leader in U.S. air travel.
Business history is replete with examples of good deeds and noble causes conducted and funded by captains of industry.
Many long established companies need to get their cost bases in order and ultimately transform into more efficient and adaptable organizations.
Legacy airlines face high pension costs and tough competition from their budget counterparts.