Are airline price fixing penalties merely a cost of doing business? The cost will be high

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Price fixing allegations have proliferated over the last few days, with total costs likely to exceed a billion dollars. Fixing prices used to be a way of life in the airline business - and it may be that, for some employees of major airlines, not much has changed.

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