Corporations: Adding to the Records

Well into 1967, U.S. corporate leaders are still adding up very handsome figures for 1966. Items:

> Pan Am, which was spared the 43-day machinists' strike, soared on full seats and heavy military charters. The strike did cost it a $12 million payment to rival TWA and the other four affected lines under a mutual aid pact, but profits nevertheless increased 61% to $84 million. Flying into 1967, Pan Am got a big boost last month when it finally won permission as the only nondomestic carrier to fly its international passengers across the...

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