Executive Clashes Can Disrupt Mergers

"Grinstein's got a legacy management problem. He doesn't want his legacy to be the guy who sold Delta Air Lines."


There is no end to the possible obstacles that can arise from culture clashes when two airlines merge, Boyd said.

"Corporate cultures can be very, very different, but that doesn't mean you can't put them together," he said.



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