US Airways Will Debut New Flights From Philadelphia to the UK and 2 Other Hot Stocks to Watch

US Airways Group Inc. (NYSE:LCC): Current price $24.17

Beginning next summer, US Airways customers will have new non-stop daily service at their disposal from the airline’s international gateway at Philadelphia International Airport to Edinburgh. US Airways will operate flights to and from Edinburgh Airport on 176-seat dual-class Boeing 757 aircraft between May 23 and October 1. The new service will complement US Airways’ current flights between Philadelphia and several European destinations, including locations spanning the United Kingdom and British Isles like Glasgow, Dublin, Shannon, Manchester, and London Heathrow.


T-Mobile US Inc. (NYSE:TMUS): Current price $26.03

T-Mobile USA, a division of the United States’ number-four mobile-phone carrier, will issue $2 billion worth of senior notes in two parts. The unit intends to sell bonds due in 2022 that can be redeemed in four years and securities that mature in 2024 that can be called in five years, according to a statement on Monday. Proceeds from the sale will be utilized for general corporate purposes, including capital investments, improving financial flexibility and acquiring additional spectrum, said the release.


Office Depot Inc. (NYSE:ODP): Current price $5.29

OfficeMax, which now forms part of the new company via the merger of equals with Office Depot, introduced its Black Friday circular on Monday to unveil sizable savings and doorbuster deals on tech gifts and accessories when most OfficeMax stores open 8:00 p.m. local time Thanksgiving night and at starting 12:01 a.m. Thanksgiving morning. The OfficeMax Black Friday shopping event extend for three days from Thursday, November 28 through Saturday, November 30 in stores and at


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